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How to Group Epic Stories By Project

Is there any way to display a structure where all the stories in an epic are grouped by project?

For example:

+ Epic

++ Project A

+++ Issue in Project A, linked to Epic

++ Project B

+++ Issue in Project B, linked to Epic

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Hi Ron,

It is rather easy to do that.

  1. First you'd need to add Epics to your structure: Automation+>Insert>JQL Query... The query itself should be some variation of issuetype=Epic
  2. Next, extend structure with issues under Epcis: Automation+>Extend>Stories under Epics
  3. Finally group those issues by Project: Automation+>Group>Project - here the level should be set to Next Level or 2

Regards,
Egor

(and if you already have a structure with stories under epics, you need only step 3)

This does not work at all for Jira 8.  The Automation menu only has options for Triggers.  None of the triggers listed match your description.  Is there a different procedure for Jira 8?

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