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      A problem we currently have to workaround is the fact that we sometimes log high-level features that we then split into many smaller tasks, which we then link using a "subtask" link. I'm certain many companies do something similar.

      The problem is that since for JIRA links are meaning-less, effort estimated on the high-level task won't be kept up-to-date with the effort involved in subtasks, etc.

      In order to workaround this problem we have to specify quite a complex procedure for our developers.

      If instead JIRA detected (or defined) this "subtask" links between issues, it would know it needs to add/substrack effort accordingly, etc.. and it would save developers & managers the effort.

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              • Assignee:
                nick.menere Nick Menere [Atlassian] (Inactive)
                Reporter:
                paco Paco Vidal
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