I have an epic ticket DSTRA-71 and a story DSTRA-110 linked to it. However on ticket DSTRA-110, the epic link shows up as "unlabelled-DSTRA-71" . Why does it say unlabelled? The link works and it doesn't look like anything is wrong with the epic.
I've seen this when:
I just made a brand new scrum project with all the defaults for everything. created an epic. No epic name field. created a task from this epic. now the task shows 'unlabelled-CAP-1" as the epic.
This is the most asinine default setup i've ever seen behind Rally CA Agile Central. Now i have to pore through pages and pages of confusing documentation to figure out how to make a custom field for epic name?? how does atlassian make such a BASIC thing so terrible by default???
yes ive tried that.
There was no epic name nor summary field, even though i assigned/activated them everywhere i could find (configure screens, fields, issues, etc etc etc and all the defaults)
Now that ive gone in this screen and clicked the 'configure fields' button in the top right, i was able to add those fields so now theyre showing on issues (i dont understand why despite the enormous amount of different configuration options, this is not only not the default BUT i had to create and open a specific issue to get these fields to show....)=
However, now i cant get epic link to show when i'm using the 'all issues' view...how do i do that?
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