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I am trying to create a structure formula for leveling priority across many epics. I've started my formula by assigning priority to issues within a single epic using variables. For example:
IF type != "epic" AND variable1 = "a": 3000
ELSE IF type != "epic" AND variable1= "b": 2000
ELSE IF type != "epic" AND variable1 = "c": 1000
I would like to incorporate epic rank into the formula, such that when there is a conflict from "like" issues across epics, they are resolved according to the epic rank (ranked higher = higher priority).
Hi @Stephen Wright _Elabor8_ yes they are related. So for example if two different epics had conflicting/overlapping tasks like variable1 = "a" on the same day (so they had the same priority), I would like to push out the task in the lower ranked epic. Rank = a sequential index in our context.