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How to show the sub-tasks of a story with JQL Edited

What I'm trying is just to display the Sub-Tasks of an specific story that are assigned to me.

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Basically this (I added them manually with "key in (key1, key2) > table and choose status, key assignee) want to do that without having to do it manually.

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Hey Luis,

 

Are you trying to find subtasks of a single story? If so use this JQL:

assignee=currentUser() AND parent=STORY-KEY

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