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Creating a Table Chart based on "issue in portfolioChildIssuesOf()" model

Sebastian Daniel Grec
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Nov 15, 2023

Hi community,


I'm currently trying to build a table that would mimic "issue in portfolioChildIssuesOf()" inside Atlassian Analytics.


While there is a way to query parent and child issues - Documentation , this solution turns each new child type into a new column, but I'm trying to aggregate everything into a single column as portfolioChildIssuesOf() does in Jira.


Is there a way to achieve this?

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Matthew Lempitsky
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Nov 16, 2023

Hi Sebastian. 

I think what you are after would require to queries. The first query to define what parent issues you actually wanted to include and the second to include the filter. In my attached example you can see that I am creating a chart to display all children of a specific issue (In this case PT-6181)Explore_-_Add_chart.png

If this isn't quite what you are after or you'd like to talk about this in more detail, please open a support ticket at and we would be more than happy to dig deeper with you.


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