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I have structured a Business Project into the issue hierarchy of 'Initiative' / 'Task' / 'Sub-task', and I have these all nicely laid out in the List view.
However, when I go into Timeline view, there seems to be no logic to the order. The Tasks and Sub-tasks under a specific Initiative are all over the place rather than directly under and grouped by that Initiative. It makes the timeline view pretty much useless.
Please can someone help me understand how I can get the timeline issue sequence and grouping to reflect the sequence and hierarchy in my List view?
Did you find a resolution for this issue?
If not - how are you "grouping" the Tasks under an Initiative? Usually, Timelines, Roadmaps, etc, use the Epic Issue Type (the default parent of a Task-level Issue) when it comes to hierarchical views like this.
Is there a reason you chose not to use Epic?
In terms of List View vs Timeline - these should match. Testing it just now these both align for me as I change the order of Issues in either.