I create a story that I own and I add to a specific Epic. Now if I create a sub-task and assign to someone else, the active sprint view shows these sub tasks under "Issues without epics". Is this expected behavior?
Still no answer? There are so many questions like this. Some canned answer and then no follow up. This is not "expected behavior". While it is expected that I can't assign a sub task to a different epic than the parent task/story, it is not expected that a sub task of Story ABC, where Story ABC is part of Epic 123, is listed at the bottom of the board in the "issues without epics" section. The sub tasks should be listed in the same epic section as the story/task.
@Marcus Silveira if this is supposed to be the "expected behavior", could you please explain (or link to an explaination) of what is the added value of this "expected behavior" ? Here looks like I'm not the only one confused by this thing: if I divide the kanban board in swimlanes, I do it to group all the tasks that need to be worked for each specific epic. This includes subtasks. Why are they supposed to stay in a separated common pool?
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