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How can i display a 'label' next to an 'epic'

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Add Labels to backlog / Active sprint (If Classic project)

This was what i needed, thank you!

Hi @Vanessa De Boeck Welcome to the Community!

As per your attachment, it is an epic name as a label next to the task. If you will add any issue under the epic, the epic name will be shown next to the issue in backlog view.

But if you want to show the label next to the issue name you can change the issue details view.

Go to Board Setting-> Issue Details View-> Add Label

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I hope it will help you.

Thank you, this was not exactly what I meant but also useful!

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To reveal the child epics and issues, select the chevron (>) next to a parent epic.

To see a breakdown of open and closed items, hover over the total counts.

The number provided here includes all epics associated with this project. The number includes epics for which users may not yet have permission.

 

 

 

 

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