I set up a Roadmap with a number of Epics. Then, I added Issues under each Epic. However, when I go to export the information in a Filter view, when I add Epic Name and Link columns, they all come up blank as if I haven't assigned the Issues to the Epics. Looks like the linkage is only resident in the Roadmap and Backlog view (can't sort by Epic)...but not in Filters.
Hello @Carrie Markels
Welcome to the community.
Currently it doesn't seem to be supported for the next-gen projects. May be someone from Atlassian can share more information as to when it will be available, so that users can see the "epic link" field for the corresponding stories in the issue navigator view.
This is killing me too. They have Epic Link as a collum, but it doesn't display anything in that field.
Atlassian has to fix this asap. this is critical.
Seems like it should be available now,
It's there in the backlog, it's there on the board... Why isn't it there in filter view?
It seems to be fundamental to how next-gen project function really, doesn't make any sense why it wouldn't be in the filter view.
Why no reply or help from Atlassian here?
Had the same problem - hope they really start fixing that soon. In the meantime however! I've discovered a work-around.
You can go to your epic, then select the drop down on the top right to see "View in search" which will give you an issues list filtered by the specific task names (But the same kinda output you would want)
I've redacted the sensitive stuff but see below:Hope this helps!
This request fix a BUG in core functionality is pretty overdue.
The fields are there, but they are empty.
What surprises me is that this really should not be a big thing to resolve, yet it is open for more than half a year. Are Atlassian even looking into this?????
@Carrie Markels , Epics have a "Parent" relationship with their assigned tickets, the same is valid for "Stories" with "sub-tasks" within.
If you don't use subtask, every "Parent" in your tickets will be a Epic.
If you use sub-tasks, you can query all tickets that have as parents any of the Epic on a list you will need to provide.
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