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Can Subtasks be displayed on the Project Roadmap

I am looking to have a subtask be displayed under an issue and displayed on the Roadmap.

11 answers

5 votes

Hello @Tmapes ,

Thanks for reaching out and providing feedback on this, and viewing subtasks in the roadmap is not currently avaliable but is something we can look into.

First and for future referance the following Story is a collection of all the Next-Gen related feature requests which are being tracked for upcoming features as Sub-Tasks of the following issue, which you can look at to see what other features are currently being worked on as well as what has already shipped:

Next I have created the following Sub-Task of the story mentioned above to track interest in your request of having an option to Drill down to the subtasks within the roadmap view, make sure to add a vote to help us track interest for prioritization efforts as covered in the "Implementation of New Features Policy":

And one additional point of visibility to stay informed on upcoming features for soon to be completed features, the following Link is our public roadmap noting the currently in development features next in the pipeline under the "In the works" section that I recomend checking out and keeping an eye on to stay up to date on whats new:

Regards,
Earl

Are subtasks available to show in roadmap now? 🥺

By when this feature will come? 

3 votes
Igor I'm New Here Nov 17, 2020

Any news about that one? ;)

3 votes

Hi,

Any updates regarding this feature?

Thanks

My boss just asks why your subtasks have not progressing target show in roadmap...then what can I say?

Already 1 year and no update regarding this feature :-(

I can't believe that this is that difficult to do.

It's impossible to create a full non TI people readable detailed by issues and tasks epic status/progress report.

Improve your query on classic project Roadmap, please. 

It's simple, "just create a little button" "ShowSubtasks" that creates another "select subtasks for clicked story Id" . and place a new tree level on Brilliant Roadmap feature. (Hahaha...)

0 votes

Is it that hard to implement this feature and shipped out soon?

Seeing we are all lacking any feedback from the Atlassian Team, I am wondering if this community platform is the correct place to be able to follow Jira development. I would like to be more involved into the Jira development process, as we are all waiting for this crucial functionality for over a year now.

Is there such place?

I watched a bitbucket ticket with 300 comments from community get closed by Atlassian due to "not enough interest" and that was their only interaction with the request. 

This works fine for me. I have a plan setup and can see all levels on the plan: Initiative > Epic > Task > Sub-Task. 

It appears that if you set your filter correctly and select initiative to sub-tasks on your Hierarchy sub-tasks to show-up on the plan now.

Thanks for sharing @Rich Schliep . Mind elaborating further on the steps you are referring to?

@Rich Schliep but you are mentioning Plan, not Roadmap. 

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