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How to create a quick filter to a Features board to sort Features that have no story/child issues?

I am trying to create a quick filter for a Features board to sort Features that have no story/child issues in Jira. I have searched for posts, however, I have not found any suggestions or ideas. 



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Tim C
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Sep 26, 2023

Hi @James Arthur 

As you'll have seen from other posts - I think this is only possible using Scriptrunner (or another extension).

My own workaround uses a "total tickets in epic" customfield to count how many tickets in Epic and automation rule that triggers as/when new story/tasks are created (see attached).

count tickets in epic.png

Then very easy to filter data whenever "total tickets in epic" = 0

I hope this helps.


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