Epics can be workspace-specific or shared .
You can create shared epics in workspaces that are members of the shared space. Shared epics are inherited by all the workspaces in the shared space.
Note: Creating or modifying shared epics requires space admin permissions. Other members of the shared space have read-only permissions.
The following table summarizes the characteristics of shared epics:
|Only shared business rules apply to shared epics.
In shared epics, you can only define shared fields. Such field types include: boolean, time, string, memo, and other non-calculated fields.
Values set in the above fields are reflected in all the workspaces.
|Comments that are added to a shared epic in one of the workspaces are not available in the other workspaces.
A shared epic can have different related items in each workspace.
|Integration with Microsoft Teams
|In a single bulk-update operation, you can only update epics that are either shared or isolated. You cannot bulk update epics of different types in a single operation.
|Shared epics can only be ranked separately from isolated epics.
Changes to the shared epic fields are reflected in the epic's history.
|Attachments of shared epics are shared.