I'm fairly new to Jira so I'm still learning my ways around it. I used to have the ability to view an Epic, and then view it's storie that were under it. I've recently gone in adjusted some workflows and with that, I've now lost the ability to see any stories under the Epics; it just doesn't show up. This is becoming harder to manage because I use Epics as the major project, followed by stories with the smaller tasks which are finally broken down into the smallest tasks. It is critical to be able to see my stories under each Epic.
I'm really lost as to what I can to get this working again, but I'd appreciate any help on this.
Thanks so much for the reply and that issues seems exactly like the issue I'm facing here. I wanted to ask you though; I don't get understand the workaround:
"Epic Link" = <<NAME OR ISSUE KEY OF EPIC>>
If my Epic name is In-App Settings, how would I use that command to find the issues that exist within that Epic name? Thanks and sorry for the noob questions!
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