Features Usage

I'm trying to structure and report out the hierarchy of the issues, namely epics, features, and stories. I can see that you can create the parent-child relationship with epics and stories. How is the "features" used in Jira. I was hoping that I can do epic - > features - > stories to show the decomposition of epic to granular stories. Currently, you can only do a relate to for stories under the feature and can not see the burndown like you can with epics? I have searched all throughout this site and on the web but with no answer on how features are being used in Jira. Thank you for your help.

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Timothy Chin Community Champion Feb 28, 2015

For JIRA Cloud, you'll normally end up with Epic -> Parent Issue -> Sub Task or Epic -> Parent Issue -> Linked Issue -> Subtask. Another thing that you can try is to use the Component field for Features.

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