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We have a Company Project and does not appear to be configured for a Backlog or Kanban.
We have Issue Type.
I am trying to see if we can add EPIC as a column and the EPIC values?
I would like basic navigation to see if it can be added.
From the Project and going to Project Settings --> ?????
Hi @Robert DeBenedetti , what do you mean by add a column? Where do you wish to add a column? Is there an image that you have seen that you wish to achieve? If you are using a scrum board you will see the Epic "panel" in the backlog.
This Project was configured as a Company Project and as far as I can tell the person did not configure for a Scrum board where we can have list of issues and a "backlog".
What we have is Issues under an Issue Type. The screen shot shows the columns. (To Follow)
I wanted to see if I can get EPIC as a column, next to EPIC Link.
Then add EPIC values and assign the value to each of the issues.
I have not been able to figure out how yet or if it is possible.
Note: I was able to create EPIC as an Issue Type, but that does not really help with all of our existing issues which is quite a bit.
Hi @Robert DeBenedetti ,
so if you want a scrum board you can create one and associate it to your current project. If you click in the search bar in the menu and then at the bottom select boards then from there you can create a new board just like scrum and follow the instructions. Now I don't advise, simply adding a scrum board for the sake Having a different view. Rather scrub board should be used if your team intends to run sprints. Note you can still have a backlog for your current kanban board by simply mapping the initial status such as to do into the backlog column.
Just to reiterate, an epic is an issue type and columns in a board or not based on a single issue type, but rather reflect the status that an issue happens to be in at any moment in time. You could consider adding epic link to your card layout such that any issue associated with a specific epic would be illustrated on the card.