The problem is:
Once in the scheme the developer can only see his own tasks, and the epics are not attributed to him (and will not), if the board has defined the swimlanes has epics, he is not able to see his own tasks.
Looks like a bug... How can I solve this?
Hi @dinis brazão ,
It looks like your swimlane is created by Epic. In this way, you can only see the correspondence between Epic and Story.
Group sub-tasks under their parent issue. Issues without sub-tasks will be shown in their own group at the bottom.
Thanks for your reply.
Yes. I know I organize my board using Epic Swimlanes. That is how I have my project organized.
And... I don't have it organized by subtasks. (actualy I had tried that also but it doesn't fit my needs at all.
Doesn't make sense that an Epic (which tasks will be accomplished by several users) should be used to filter the tasks that belong to these users.
JIRA info display management per users' suck
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