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How to pull/export linked issues based on type of linking in separate columns within JIRA

Hello Team,

Even though there is a parent child relation within different issuetypes in JIRA, I do not have a way to identify the % completion of an Epic / Feature / Story / Sub-Task / Test Case / Bugs.... 

i.e. if an EPIC has say 10 Features and each of those features have 5 Stories linked and each story has some sub tasks and test cases linked and bugs present. Now when bugs closes under a test case / sub task we need to know the completion % of that activity?

is there a way to highlight the progress % completed for stories tagged with a specific FIX Version / Labels

If not... then I would like to pull the list of different type of issues linked to a given parent issuetype with the details on type of linking. Say - associated with / Raid of  / has Bug / and all possible linking options. separately.

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Dave Mathijs Community Leader Nov 29, 2022

Hi @Manish Gupta a third-party app like Structure has a Progress Column available that aggregates issue progress based on time tracking, resolution, status or a custom percentage field.

@Dave Mathijs  thanks a lot for the response. Unfortunately, I don't have the privilege to go to external sources for my requirement. So, is there anything JIRA can do within its own limits?




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