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Hi @Vanessa Becker,
Thanks for posting.
I presume you could try this and this would show all the epics with 'Onboarding' as an word in it. Epic Name is a short name field to identify the Epic.
"Epic Name" ~ 'Onboarding'
Other wise if you wish to display through relational link with all the issues parent EPIC - Epic Link.
As @Mateusz Janus states, what are the details you want to see.
If you would like to see all items in an Epic, you would be using Epic Link in this case to get the list of all the child tickets of the Epic.
"Epic Link" = TEST-123
Otherwise searching with the "=" operator, requires the exact Epic Name that has been set on an Epic issue or multiple Epic Issues
Epic Name is intended to act as a label to set on any issue that belongs to an Epic issue, see Epic Name vs. Epic Link
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