Dependencies mixed up when Multi-assign a Task

Briefly describe (1-2 sentences) the Bug you’re experiencing:
I created a task with a number of sub-tasks.
Three of the sub-tasks are dependent on a previous sub-task.
I then Multi-assigned the Main Task to a number of people.
In the newly created tasks, the dependent sub-tasks are not linked to the sub-task in the corresponding Main Task

Steps to reproduce:

See the video for complete description > Recording #340

Dependency not being carried to the correct Main tasks > Sub Task

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Chrome

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Hi @Jack_Zenert,

From your video, it does look like a bug to me.

It would have been interesting to see what the actual dependencies were that were set when it created the task copies - i.e. to see the task detail panes for the subtasks and see what actual subtasks got set as the “blocking” and “blocked by” for the dependent subtasks. (Although based on the behavior you showed, it’s a pretty good guess what those were.)

Here are the Dependencies for the Key Task for each of the different users.




Hi @Jack_Zenert, thanks for flagging this and providing a screen recording!

I’ve gone ahead and raised this with our Engineers. I’ll keep you posted!

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