how to create a dashboard which shows parent and linked issues?

is it possible to get a view of all parent issues and their linked sub tasks?

 

Example:

 

UBS-3 has 5 blockers

UBS-7 Live Login Flow UBS-8 Live Check Content Flow UBS-9 Live Playback Flow UBS-10 Live Keepalive Flow UBS-12 Live Stop Content Flow

How do i create a view which shows UBS-3 and the blockers, and then UBS-4 and its blockers?

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Hello Kishen,

BAFCP-279 is a subtask for BAFCP-278.

The issue BAFCÜ-321 is linked to BAFCP-279. See Screenshot.2014.11.17_15h13m23s_002_.png

Unfortunately I can't see your issue UBS-3, but this should'nt bei a problem:

Execute search that gives you all the parent issues in your project. E.g. you search for the issue type. Then save it. Now you have a filter.

Open or create a dashboard. Then add the Gadget "Filter Results". Pick you freshly created filter at the configuration screen. Do you see the columns / Fields to display? There's a combo box below where you can add fields.

Choose "Linked Issues" in the list and press the Add button. 

Add "Sub-Tasks" in the same way.

Save you Gadget and check how it works for you. 

This is how it may look like (closed Tasks are automatically displayed as strike through):

2014.11.17_13h58m22s_001_.png

 

Hi Markus

Thank you for that reply,this works great.

 

In your example, is BAFCP-279 a subtask for BAFCP-321 or BAFCP-278?

 

 

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