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Manage what info is displayed on the linked issues or Issues in Epic sections?

Hi all.

Is there a way to modify the data displayed on the 'sub tasks' section on a parent issue or in the 'issues in Epic' section in JIRA 7?

I would like to change it and decide for myself, which fields i see in the sections.

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I saw there was a way in  Older JIRA versions but do not see such a way in JIRA 7

 Can anyone help?

 

Thanks

Shirley

2 answers

As Tom said, there is a setting which can control which columns are visible, but this setting applies on a global scale. There is nothing you can do out of the box to change what is shown in the "Issues In Epic" panel.

That being said, if you are running JIRA server and willing to look at commercial plugins, Issue Matrix will solve all these problems for you - you can completely customize how subtasks, issue links, and issues in epics are shown - you can filter, sort, select columns to be shown (including any custom field on the system). All this can be configured on a per-project/issue type basis.

OK, being on the Cloud, I'll just say I'm jealous!

wink

I think what you're looking for is here:

System -> Advanced settings -> jira.table.cols.subtasks

Thanks @Tom Proctor

I found the setting for the sub-tasks table.

I didnt find such settings for the Issues in Epic table. Any ideas?

 

Thanks again

Shirley

Hello,

There is no setting like that to "Issue Links" panel ?

Thanks

Still no solution- issue matrix  or exocet add ons are useful for that as well as to moderate the linkage between issues

Thank you :)

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