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We will learn how to change an issue into a subtask in this chapter. To do this, we should follow the instructions below.
To start, find the issue that needs to be turned into a subtask and click on it. Choose "More" and "Turn into subtask." The next picture shows how to find the "convert to sub-task" button.
Choose the main problem that this subtask will be attached to. The next image shows how to turn the issue into a sub-task.
Select Next. If the issue's status is not one that can be used for the new issue type. Choose – The new status will be shown. Click the Next button after choosing a new status.
If any extra fields are needed, the Update Fields screen will ask you to fill them in. If you don't, you'll see a message that says, "All fields will be updated automatically." Select Next.
The next picture shows how to turn the issue into separate tasks.
What about this option?
Kindly mark my answer as accepted to help others. Thanx!
This was posted in the Discussion forum. You can mark replies in the Discussion forum as Answer Accepted. You can do that only in the Questions forum.
@Trudy Claspill I would swear that this was a question and not a discussion. I don't usually ask from people to mark any discussion answer as accepted :)