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How can i include Story Sub-Tasks in the release notes?

Jira v7.12.1

Hi,

When I have set up a relese I currently see the storys I have tagget to that specific release. OK.

When I go to create a Release Notes document i only get a list of the Storys. What I would like is to also get a list of all the sub tasks to each sotrys that is included in the release.

 

Is this possible?

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Do your sub tasks have "Fix Version" assigned same as the fix version for your story?

If not, you need to assign the same fix version to the sub tasks.

Hi,

 

I bulk assigned the Fix Version of the release to all subtasks, so now they show up in the release notes, however, they now show up as a list of:

Story:
Story 1
Story 2
etc

Sub-task:
Sub-task 1
Sub-task 2
etc

 

I would like to see what subtasks are related to what story in the release notes (or if i can get this done via advanced search and export to excel)

 

If i had a "parent" field in the subtask and this would be the parent Story then it would be solved :)

Any ideas?

I guess Jira does not have such a view/ report. You will need addon/ application to achieve this.

One of the addon which can probably fulfill your need is Links Explorer Traceability & Hierarchy. You can create a filter for your release/ version and then create a report for saved filter or create a fixed version report in Links Explorer to achieve the view you want.

https://marketplace.atlassian.com/apps/1211120/links-explorer-traceability-hierarchy?hosting=server&tab=overview

There may be some other similar addons also that can help you with this. Try these addons and these should fulfill your needs.

Would be a nice standard to have a "parent" field, oh well...

thnx!

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