In our project we track for each epic certain fields and a handful of sub-tasks per epic. If I perform a search/filter on the issues, I can select the JIRA fields to be displayed in certain columns. However, I cannot manage to display the status of the underlying sub-tasks in columns.
Is this even possible? It seems so natural to me, to have a quick overview via a pre-defined filter.
If not in JIRA, maybe there is a way to accomplish the same in Confluence?
If you would be interested in a ready made solution, you may want to try out our add-on to manage multiple Epics and their hierarchy on a single page, with excel like editing of important fields.
Key features of the add-on are:
Alon with Epic Sum, you also get Link Hierarchy and Multiple Time in Status reports (to track your issues) in this add-on.
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