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Hello Jira Community,
I have created several stories under different projects within my Jira Cloud. Is there a way to count the number of child issues within each story and sort it by stories?
Project 1 has 5 Stories created. Each story has 5 Child issues (or sub tasks)
Project 2 has 10 srories created. Each story has 10 child issues (or Sub tasks)
OR I want a query that works something like below
Count (number of child issues) Where Due Date of Story= 31 December 2022
The answer should be a list of all individual child issues whose Story has a due date of 31 Dec. Note that individual child issues have no Due Dates only the Story has a due date
Hi @Omkar Borle
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You can export all the issue included in the calculation to Excel, then filter and count there with a few clicks.
Our app will help with it: https://marketplace.atlassian.com/apps/1212652/better-excel-exporter-for-jira?hosting=cloud&tab=overview