Admin Agile Board Question

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Hey,

So I have watched all the videos and done a bunch of searching around to find a solution for this. I seem to have gotten scrums down pat and can organize all the tasks I need into those in the various swimlanes. I have my tasks laid out in the following structure.

Epic
-feature 1
--task 1
--task 2
-feature 2
--task 1
--task 2
etc...

This particular epic has sub tasks that are features and the features have tasks so basically 3 levels in the tree. See here
https://www.dropbox.com/s/hml6nq17v7gvedz/Screen%20Shot%202016-04-07%20at%205.32.27%20PM.png?dl=0

I want to create a generic agile board that l admins can see, but not part of any sprints. Much like a Kanban board, but have the epic as the backlog search, and then features listed with the tasks within them.

I tried doing this with a query and did links: ORG-15 which is the name of the epic. This seemed to work ok and give me something that I needed, but It does not show the tasks within the features under the epic. Take a look here https://www.dropbox.com/s/sa3y0dqrwwbzgcx/Screen%20Shot%202016-04-08%20at%2010.25.36%20AM.png?dl=0

So I am hoping to get some help on how to show the tasks in the swim lanes within these features on the boards. ANy ideas for what I am doing wrong not to have them display?

Here is the epic with relevant features and tasks under them https://www.dropbox.com/s/w8zk02xgqu54a32/Screen%20Shot%202016-04-08%20at%2010.46.10%20AM.png?dl=0

Thanks for any help

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Hello Lachie,

We already had am email conversation, but I think others would be interested in this, too:

- you need to create special tag, and set it to all issues of ORG-15 parent task.

- remove search query `links: ORG-15` from the board settings

- add query `tag <special tag>` to the boards settings

After that, issues linked to ORG-15 will be shown on the boards. Unfortunately, those issues assigned to a different Sprint won't be added to the sprint.

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