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I want to add Sub-task in existing Sub-task

In "Business Project", I understand that there are Sub-task in Task. But is it able to add another Sub-task in already existing sub-task?

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Bernice Atlassian Team Mar 14, 2022

@Riki YAMASHITA You can create a sub-task under a Task but you will not be able to create sub-task under another sub-task. In case you are looking for creating 2 sub-task under one task then this is possible. This is due to the issue hierarchy in place. 

Thanks so much for the reply. Too bad that creating a sub-task under sub-task is not possible, I was wondering if I could make somethink like below:

TASK
 - 1st sub-task: IT dept
  - 2nd sub-task: configuration
  - 2nd sub-task: testing
  - 2nd sub-task: go-live
 - 1st sub-task: HR dept
  - 2nd sub-task: prepare documents
  - 2nd sub-task: announcement
 - 1st sub-task: Marchandise dept
  - 2nd sub-task: finalize the product price
  - 2nd sub-task: confirmation with HQ
  - 2nd sub-task: communicate with IT dept

Anyway, thanks for the information!

Bernice Atlassian Team Mar 23, 2022

@Riki YAMASHITA 

I totally understand your ask here. At this time, this functionality isn't currently available in the product. However, we do have an open feature request for this here: JRACLOUD-4446-Sub-issues should be able to contain their own sub-issues.

Please be sure to watch it, and vote on it, so that you're notified if this is implemented in a future release.

Like Riki YAMASHITA likes this

Thanks so much for the information:)
Glad to know that I'm not the only who wants this functionality in the system!

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