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Advanced Roadmaps - How to create flexible hireachy

Hi!

 

For Advanced Roadmaps, we have a complex structure where : 

 

1 EPIC exists in Business Project representing the initiative 

2 Tasks exist in Client facing service desk project, that represent parts of a SOW, these have parent of the EPIC in the first project

3 EPICS or Tasks exist in Configuration or Engineering projects representing the work needed for, these are marked as blockers of the tasks in step 2

 

So the structure is : 
EPIC -> Task -> Epic or Task or Story

 

What I want to be able to show is the full structure.

At the moment, we can only get to the second level in advanced road maps

How am I able to configure this?

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Maybe you could create a different hierarchy of types

e.g Initiative in Business Project, SOW Task in JSM project, then Epic -> Task/Story. 

This would require you to create the Initiative and SOW Task issue types. Then convert your existing Epics in business project, and Task in JSM project to Initiative and SOW Task respectively.

Thanks Chris,

That sounds like it could work!

I'll give it a go.

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