We would like to have a hireracy as Themes> Initiatives > Epics > Stories as our project have multiple dependencies across initiatives.
Ex: we have multiple products tie to one project. So every product there are multiple epics and stories.
We do have an article titled Themes report that may help:
To create a theme:
Click + Add theme, name it and add a color.
- Click the switch report menu > Themes.
- Click the Reports tab to display the reports section for your plan.
- Go to your plan via Portfolio (in header) > View Portfolio > click your plan.
Now that the target is settled, you have to assign themes to the issues in your scope.
To delete a theme, hover over the right side of the theme row, and click > Delete.
Hopefully that can help get you started!
I went through the steps and when I got to the section to click the + sign I did not see that option either. In the middle of the screen there was an option to re-calculate. When I pressed this I got the following:
Hopefully that helps. If not please provide a screenshot to show us what you see and we'll go from there.
A little clarification: Themes are per plan and are not a level of hierarchy as they can apply to different hierarchies.
If you are simply looking for a new level of hierarchy above Initiative that you would chose to call Theme, you can follow to documentation on adding new levels of hierarchy here:
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