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I want to show "linked issues" status of an epic in pie chart, how is that possible?

I have a epic and is linked to many issues, i want to get a pie chart view on the status of those linked issues

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Hi @ankit nangia 
Welcome to the Atlassian Community.

Just to confirm on your needs, are you looking for a way to create a graph for the status of "Issues in Epic" of a specific Epic or is it something different?


Kind regards,
Thiago Masutti

Yes I need to create a pie chart for the status of "issues in epic"

Great. If that's the issue, then we can do that with out-of-the-box tools. :)

I will soon reply with some steps and you let us know if that helps you.

In my example I have Epic SCRUM1-24 with a few Issues in epic linked.



Using the Epic Link custom field, I can create a JQL to search for those issues.



With that, I can save the search as a filter for subsequent usage on a Dashboard or on a Confluence page.


Here's the example of using this filter within a pie chart.




If I want to show something similar within a Confluence page, then I can use the Jira Chart Macro.




I hope that was what you were looking for.


Kind regards,
Thiago Masutti

Thanks, it really helped

Hi @Thiago Masutti 

I am trying to achieve the same thing but it's not happening and I am not sure what's wrong. Need serious help here.

I have different types of projects and we are trying to capture the Accessibility progress in our Dashboard using a pie chart. We have epic and child issues associated with it. I am able to fetch the epic but not its child issue in the pie chart. 

JQL query is:
project = ABC AND issuetype = Epic AND text ~ "ABC Accessibility" ORDER BY created DESC

I tried this "EPIC Link" = ABC-3223

It doesn't work in my case. I know I am missing something and I need your guidance.

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Pramodh M Community Leader Feb 24, 2022

@ankit nangia 

This is only possible with Advanced JQL Plugins which offer subqueries

Some examples here are

Scriptrunner which offers linked issues searching function -->

JQL Search Extensions -->

Please explore and decide if you need to move ahead with the plugin


Sorry I am not allowed to add plugins

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