The following section explains the many possible settings for your user story map
It is possible to change the epic issue type on the fly. Please note that this does not alter the currently added issues. It only affects which issue you can add to the steps row.
If you had previously selected the Jira Epic issue type here and then make a change for a non-standard epic issue type, the linking of the map will change - as will the filter for the story map. This can be confusing for users, so please be aware of this. Certain issues that were not linked manually to the story map before, for example issues belonging to an epic that were simply automatically imported into the story map, will disappear.
The same can happen if you have the Jira standard Epic selected and disable the "Epic Link" toggle.
Jira Issue Linking
When using a custom issue type, Story Mapping app can automatically maintain issue links for you. You can select the link type from the drop-down that appears when Epic linking is disabled.
While updating the links between issues, Story Mapping app will remove all other uses of this link type from the issue, so please select a link type specifically for this purpose.
You can select a new Jira agile board here at any time. The agile board will be used to gather sprint and release information as well as to gather unassigned issues to form the backlog of the story map.
Additionally, the sorting and filter of the backlog can be controlled here.
You can display statistics for the Epic here, for example, the number of issues in the Epic, which state these issues have, the percentage of story points done or simply the percentage of issues done in total.
Configure whether to either display the number of story points in each status or the number of issues in each status.
You can select from a variety of fields to display in the story map. Story Mapping app supports all text and number fields, as well a selection of multi- and single-select fields.
You can also display many Jira standard fields like Labels, Assignee, Reporter, etc.
Use the color selected for the epic to color the entire column. This helps separate columns visually.
Show goal swimlane
Display or hide the activity / goal swimlane of the story map. This will not affect any existing data.
Scrollable header (Cloud only)
The header can scroll down to the bottom of the story map. This is useful for large maps.
Hide Epic Issue Key
Hide the epic issue key in the story map. This can help with readability.
Show tool icons
Display all icons by default.
Show completed sprints & releases
These options let the story map display completed sprints and releases.