Links Hierarchy - Tracking & analytics for dependencies
- Jira Service Management
Sum up & Analytics for Epics, Sprints, and related Issues and Subtasks in an automatic, powerful, firendly and flexible way
Dependency hierarchy with progress view
View the full hierarchy of linked issues, Portfolio/Advanced Roadmaps, Epics, and Subtasks. Apply a lot of filters to put the focus on the relevant data only. Sum-up progress and custom fields, export to Excel.
Dependency map with analytics
View JQL queries and their dependencies at a glance loaded into a full-featured pivot table for reporting & analytics with drag & drop and export to Excel.
...or load a hierarchy into the pivot for further insights!
Dependency Matrix view
View on a Matrix how issues of two JQL queries are related. Edit relations quickly on the matrix itself (create, view & delete), and export to Excel!
Improve the QA by tracing requirements vs test cases!
Links hierarchy is a full-featured set of views to track dependencies and progress of Atlassian boards (Epics), Jira core links (blocked by, etc) with subtasks, and Portfolio/Advanced Roadmaps.
It resolves the problem of many related issues spread across projects and boards by displaying them on useful views with outstanding graphs joining the key information in a single place.
It allows working in a more confident way while planning, coding, and testing issues with all the relations and their key information available at a glance.
It improves team collaboration and efficiency in a natural way reducing the risk of missing critical information and wasting time searching for relations in Jira.
With its intuitive and friendly user interface, every user always has the relevant information at hand to make the right decision with a full context.
It also supports exporting relationships to Excel with the original layout preserved.
It works out-of-the-box with no admin configuration.
Privacy and security
Links Hierarchy - Tracking & analytics for dependencies integrates with your Atlassian product. This remote service can:
- Delete data from the host application
- Write data to the host application
- Read data from the host application