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Agregated fields on epics based on fields value of bugs, tasks and US attached

Hi,

I am using the next-gen epics and I am looking for a way to have in each epic a sum up of a same custom fields (workload in K€ in my case - number format) in the US, bugs and tasks linked to each epic.

For example, For my epic "Projet Moon" I have

- a User Story Appolo 1 where the workload is "100"

- a User Story Appolo 2 where the workload is "200"

- and a bug FakeNews where the workload is "50"

And I want an automatic agregate on my epic (350).

Is there a way to have that kind of behavior ? 

Thanks a lot in advance for your help

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Tarun Sapra Community Leader Jul 08, 2019

Hello @Quentin DACQUIGNY 

Out of the box it's not support by Jira cloud. You can use script runner plugin for cloud for implementing your requested feature.

But currently I am not sure how well the Atlassian apps are integrated with next-gen projects as there are some open tickets about the same

https://jira.atlassian.com/browse/JSWCLOUD-17210

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