Structure - stories under epics extender

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Hi,

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Outcome:

Main 1

>Version 1

>Version  2

   >Epic

       >(story 1)

       >(story 2 )    (not version 2)

       >(story 3)

      >(task1)

Main 2

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I like to show only those issues/stories that use the right version, not all issues under an epic.

 

How can I do that?

 

 

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David Niro
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Mar 14, 2022 • edited

Hello @Guro ,

David from ALM Works here.  

In your example above, where are the Epics?  Based on the generators, I would expect to see them under the Version group, but instead I see Stories.

To facilitate the conversation and avoid sharing any potentially sensitive information here, could you please reach out to our support team directly?  You can reach us via email support@almworks.com or through our customer portal support.almworks.com

We look forward to hearing from you.

Best,
David

You are right I forgot to show where the epics are, edited now, they are as you said right under version.

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David Niro
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Mar 15, 2022

Hello @Guro ,

Thank you!  I do have some additional questions now.

What are Main 1 and Main 2, another issuetype, a custom field (if so, what kind),etc? Do these live on the Epic / have a relationship to the Epic?

Do Epics, Stories and Tasks all get assigned a Version?

Best,
David

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Hello David,

"Main" (Main delivery) are custom field of type Select List (single choice) and all epic's belong to one "Main".

 

There is a main delivery that contains many versions, the epic contains many version but the story contains only one version, task again can contains many versions.

David Niro
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Mar 17, 2022

Hello @Guro ,

Thank you. 

At this point it is probably best if you do contact our customer support team directly. It sounds like you have a very interesting set up and I think I will continue to have a lot of questions.  

Please reach out via email support@almworks.com or through our customer portal support.almworks.com.

We look forward to hearing from you.

Best,
David

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