Customize issues list in user story/epic edit window

In User story I can see all sub tasks which created below it in a table 

And same also for Epic (I can see all user stories) 

 

Is there option to control which column I will see in table ? (+ column order)subTaskslist.png

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Hi Ofira Daniel,

yes, you can control which column you can see in your subtasks table. 

Go to JIRA Administration > System > Advanced Settings > find parameter jira.table.cols.subtasks , here you can add more fields that will be visible on the subtask list. They will be ordered as you order them in the value, for example: if we want to add issuekey as a column before progress column, just put it before the progress column:

issuekey, progress,  issuetype, status, assignee

Please note that subtask ordinal number and subtask summary cannot be excluded from the list and they will always show first, before other columns.

I hope this helps.

Cheers,
Marko Filipan

Can you send image ? I don`t have under System --> Advance Setting , only Advance and there I didn`t find under any option : jira.table.cols.subtasks

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Is it available also for user story list in Epic ?

 

Thanks 

The exact route you take depends on whether you are using Jira Cloud or Server.

However, either way, log in as an admin, go to "general admin" and look to the top right of the screen for "advanced settings" - it's in roughly the same place on both types of UI.

thanks . I found it .

Few more questions -

1) I wants to add remainingEstimate & originalEstimate  - but I am getting that this fields are not valid - How I need to write them ?

2) Is this magic available also the user stories list on Epic ?

 

Thanks 

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