report subtasks due dates

I have made several stories (with due dates), with subtasks (with due dates).

How can I put subtasks in a Sprint?

How Can I make a report  showing stories/due dates AND subtasks / due dates?

Thx in advance.


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Jeremy Atlassian Community Champion Nov 02, 2017

Dear Stefan,

As for your first question; Sub-tasks come with an Issue/Story, they should be automatically included with your parent Issue. Why would you want them tracked separately?

And for the reporting question;

You could make a Issue Filter with JQL and put it on a Dashboard Filter Gadget;

issuetype in (Story,Sub-task) AND duedate is not EMPTY

The above JQL will give you all Stories and Sub-tasks which have a duedate set.

Friendly Regards,

Jeremy Mooiman

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Subtasks belong to their parent issue because they are part of it.  If the parent issue is in a sprint, then the subtasks are as well because they are part of it.

The most simple "report" is a search for issues in the issue navigator.  Include the due date in the columns selected for display (there's a fields/columns config button towards the top right of the screen)

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