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How to create a filter that display subtasks directly underneath its task? Edited

I have a query that list all tasks and their subtasks that i am interested in. Is it possible to create a filter (or report) that order the items being displayed so that each task will have its subtasks underneath it. For example if I have 3 task I want the report to look something like this 

 

Task 1

Subtask of Task1

Subtask of Task2

Subtask of Task3

Task 2

Subtask of Task2

Subtask of Task2

Subtask of Task2

Task 3

Subtask of Task3

Subtask of Task3

 

This way it will be easier to see what task there are and how many subtask there are and what the overal status is as oppose to all the tasks/subtasks to be all over the show

 

Task 1

1 answer

hi @Chrispie Pieters , I dont think currently there isnt any way to cumilatively achieve this. But for independent task wise  , you can sort out the available sub task  using JQL. 

Regards
Haran

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