How can I display a stories Epic Link or label inline with the story (not on the next line)?
When going to Board>Configure>Card Layout>Epic Link it shows it below the story and takes up too much space.
I should not that I have one board that already has this functionality, but can't figure it out on my other board.
Thanks for the quick reply!
I have that option selected, but do not see the epic label for some reason (I assume this is the same as the Epic Link).
Each story in my backlog is associated to an Epic via an Epic Link.
Edit: When opening the Epic Panel, I do not see any epics either. Not sure if this has anything to do with it.
Edit2: I found this fix https://confluence.atlassian.com/jirakb/epic-tag-or-label-is-missing-on-sprint-board-779158640.html however adding the epics to my board filter, then turning off and on the option does not fix it for me.
Here's my filter query:
project = DSD AND labels = AutomationPhase3 AND "Epic Link" = DSD-40884 OR "Epic Link" = DSD-40885 OR "Epic Link" = DSD-40886 OR "Epic Link" = DSD-40887 OR "Epic Link" = DSD-40888 ORDER BY Rank ASC
I'm sure there's a better way to write that, but wasn't sure how
Edit: I've also just recreated a board with the same filter and it does not work; however, the Show/Hide Epic Labels does work when using a Kanban board instead of Scrum board
Try changing it to:
project = DSD AND labels = AutomationPhase3 AND ("Epic Link" IN (DSD-40884, DSD-40885, DSD-40886, DSD-40887, DSD-40888) OR key in (DSD-40884, DSD-40885, DSD-40886, DSD-40887, DSD-40888)) ORDER BY Rank ASC
This should make sure the board includes your Epics as well as the stories linked to them.
Thanks for the updated query, but still no luck :(
Could this be a bug? Or something wrong with the way my epic is set up (just a normal epic). Or even an administrator issue?
It seems strange that this functionality works on a Kanban board with the same filter, but not on a Scrum board (albeit the label is showing on the card and not the backlog in this case)
I don't think it is a bug.
I did a test on my own JIRA instance and I can see that there is a subtle difference between the way Kanban and Scrum board work.
A Kanban board will show Epic labels even if the underlying filter query for the board does not include your Epics.
Whereas a Scrum board needs the Epics to be included in the underlying filter query for 'Show epic labels' to work.
I'm guessing there is still a problem with the filter query I gave above which means it is excluding the Epics. This would be confirmed if you are not seeing the list of Epics on the epics panel on the left of your Scrum backlog.
Possibly the epics don't have 'AutomationPhase3' label, which is why they are not showing in the filter results.
I'd suggest trying a simple(ish) filter query for just one epic and the underlying stories to see if that works. For example, assuming DSD-40884 is an Epic you could do:
project = DSD AND ("Epic Link" in (DSD-40884) OR Key IN (DSD-40884 )) ORDER BY Rank ASC
If that works, then gradually add more Epic numbers to the query.
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