Hello! I haven't used a next-gen board much, so forgive me if this isn't entirely possible.
I support a kanban team with multiple domains (backend, frontend, mobile-ios, mobile-android). Our "stories" can cover a single domain or sometimes all four domains; when we have a story with all four domains, we create at least one subtask per domain.
Sometimes, one domain is ahead of another (eg. our mobile developers tend to be ready for work sooner, and occasionally start work before a backend developer is able to get to an issue). I'm hoping to build a JQL search (to add to a Confluence page) which identifies:
* Unassigned stories OR subtasks by "platform" (a field we use) in prioritized order
I think that we'd use "rank" for our prioritized order, but I'm noticing that subtasks don't seem to inherent the rank of their parent; do I need to constantly prioritize subtasks along side stories (so, double the work to prioritize) or am I missing a JQL trick to associate the parent stories rank?
Alternatively, is "rank" even the right use for this?
(Our columns are: Backlog, Ready For Engineering, In Progress, Done.)
Can I confirm the need here:
^ If this all correct:
It'd be good to clarify the above so I can try to locate a specific solution to your issue :)
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