Is there a way to change to the order sub-tasks when on the Main Screen viewing the Parent Issue? Sometimes I have to insert sub-tasks and it would be helpful to be able to control the order.
short of that , can anyone tell me how the sort is currently ordered?
It looks like currently the subtasks are first sorted by what the subtask does (relates to, blocks, etc), in alphabetical order. Next they are sorted by what type of issue they are (bug, task, etc), and finally once more by whether they are open or closed. I hope this helps!
You can create a bookmarklet with the code below. Once created, you can reorder tasks by drag and drop. This re-order sticks across all users.
Sadly this doesn't appear to work in Firefox, or at least it doesn't in the latest version of FireFox. When I click the bookmark there is no change in functionality, at all. :-(
@Tanner Worthamthis is a great idea and I really, really want to use it. Do you know of any reason it won't work in Firefox, or - hoping desperately - do you have a version that'll work in Firefox?
For me, the Java Script and the Extension did not work (drag&drop yes, but saving the new positions did not work) so I just changed the URL behind an arrow button manually by copying the link of the arrow button into the browser URL field and changed the "subTaskSequence=" part of the URL to the new position (it´s actually the new position - 1). Not so nice but still time saving...
I can't believe this still works! In order to make the changes stick I had to click on any of the subtask's "Move" arrows (pretty much clicked down on the last one or up on the first one). Much faster than going one by one clicking on those move arrows.
I found a solution that I initially posted on https://jira.atlassian.com/browse/JRA-8053
I managed to use the EXOCET plugin to create a new "data-panel" in order to do so :
the JQL used to show the subtasks of the current task beeing :
issuetype in subTaskIssueTypes() ORDER BY "myCF"
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