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Big Picture - Linking objectives with stories & epics


When using the board module, I am able to visualize the objectives I defined (globally and for the different teams).

This objectives cans be Jira issues.

But it seems to be impossible to link the issues planned within the different teams / increments and the objectives themselves. So it's hard to to visualize witch issues has a direct impact on the defined objectives.

Are there any workarounds ?



2 answers

Thank you for your answer.

This is what I read in the documentation. But I don't see the point of the feature. since I am not able to visualize the connection between the objectives and the issues drag and dropped from the backlog into the plan.

For a given issue I can have it into my backlog and drag and dropped as a card in the map. I can also add it as related work. But this seem to be 2 different and independant things. 

Anna-BigPicture Marketplace Partner Apr 05, 2022

Hi @Pascal Thuet

Yes, the objective-task dependency visualization is available in the Roadmap module.
Could you be so kind as to describe more precisely what kind of visualization/action you expect and how it would help you in your work? I will be happy to pass your remarks to our Product Management Team.

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Anna-BigPicture Marketplace Partner Mar 07, 2022

Hi @Pascal Thuet

You can associate objectives with planned work. Once you double-click to a given objective, you can add associated tas in a dialog box. See my image as a reference. 
Please be informed that associated work can be added to all objectives (basic and task-based objectives).

Please let me know if you have more questions. 

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