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Creating specific filters

Hello community,

I have several epics with different priorities and each epic has different tasks. I want to create a filter that selects the epics with priority "Highest" and all tasks included in these specific epics. Is this possible by using advanced search?

 

Thanks in advance

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Hi @Anxhela 

 If that is possible, you could start by testing a filter like this:

 project = name of project and issuetype = Epic and priority = High

and then add all the features you need

Regards

Hello @Vero Rivas ,

Thank you for the answer.

Yes, I already tested this. My problem is that I do not know how to include in the filter syntax "show also all tasks that are part of these epics with high priority".

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