I have been quite confused as in JIRA glossary, it says that a task is a unit of work within a story. In the community discussion, people say that a story is the same level as a task.
So in JIRA Agile, should I use Stories or Tasks as parents for sub-task? Is there a difference if I use the Epic-Story-Subtask or Epic-Task-Subtask?
JIRA refers to things as simple "issues", although there are usually many types, and users can, and do, define their own types.
The heirarchy is simple:
But, for issues and sub-tasks, you can define your own types. Most of us are used to having something like:
A common variation:
The point here is that you can call your issues anything you want.
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