Build your own custom relationship hierarchies. Display related issues using JQL statements. Don't be constrained by Jira
Config the heirarchy that you require
Define the hierarchies that your organisation needs and your users want to see. In the issue view, this app provides custom issue hierarchies
View a list of all related issues in a panel below the description
View related issues that are defined using JQL
Create rules that show related issues. These relationships can be defined using JQL statements. The related issues are either always display or they can only be displayed after they are selected from a drop-down.
This App allows you to specify (globally or per project) your own issue hierarchies, lists of related issues to display for each issue (based on a JQL query) and a drop-down list of JQL queries that a user can display on demand.
You are no longer stuck with just the Jira relationships (Epic issues, linked issues and sub-tasks). Custom Relationships allows you to define a hierarchy that best suits your needs.
The App allows you to define
- How issues can be related
- What types of issues can be in a relationship
- How many relationships types are possible
- How many levels deep you want a relationship
- The name of the relationship
- The name for each level of a relationship
- Lists of related issues based on a JQL query
- A drop-down selection of JQL queries. A user can choose to display one or more of those lists as required.
Feature requests are welcome
Privacy and security
Custom Relationships integrates with your Atlassian product. This remote service can:
- Administer the host application
- Administer Confluence spaces
- Administer Jira projects
- Delete data from the host application
By clicking on the triple button for a linked issue you can see additional information about that issue.