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Using Jira Issues/Filter in Confluence to display all issues that are part of specific Epics.

Hello, 

 

I would like to use the Insert Jira Issues/Filter command in Confluence to be able to display a list of issues there are part of an Epic. 

 

I have tried multiple different queries but am only able to get the Epic to display in the list and not the list of issues within the Epic. 

 

Thanks in advance!

 

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Trudy Claspill Community Leader Jan 03, 2023

Hello @Mark Hinnen 

Welcome to the Atlassian community!

Are the Jira issues in a Team Managed project or a Company Managed project? When in Jira and looking at the project, look in the bottom left corner of the navigation pane. That is where it will say "team-managed" or "company-managed".

If it is a Company Managed project, then the query you need is 

"Epic Link"=RTL-1

If it is a Team Managed project then the query you need is

"Parent"=RTL-1

"Epic Link" and "Parent" are the fields used in the issues to record the ID of their parent Epic.

When you use "key=", you are asking you to give you the issue that has that specific ID. 

This was very helpful, thank you!!

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