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JIRA Portfolio How to filter for all epics of a team and find complete progress of that?



We use JIRA portfolio. In our Plan we about 120 epics which are worked on by 14 different teams. Each Epic owned by one team and is responsible to deliver the overall epic.  Stories/tasks under that can be owned by other teams.

As a team manager, I need to see the progress my team is responsible for. i.e. I need to see *complete* status of all the epics my team is responsible for. If i filter by "My Team", I get to see all the epics assigned to my team. But the progress of these epics is not correctly reported as the stories owned by other teams get dropped (filtered out).  

How can i set a proper query correctly to completely focus on just the epics owned by my team ? 

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