I'd like to use =Jira() and JQL to get all my issues.
However, when I get my subtasks, I wouldn't want also to get their parents.
But if I have stories without sub-tasks - I would like to get them as well.
This query brought me all the non stories:
=JIRA("project = aaaa AND assignee = 'myname' AND sprint in (openSprints(), futureSprints()) AND type not in (Story) AND status not in (Done, Duplicate, Obsolete) order by status desc", "parent, issuekey, type, summary, status, sprint, fixVersion, created, updated, component", 0, 100)
How do I update it to get also all the stories which have no subtasks?
Hi @tal-yechye ,
I think you need some JQL function extension plug-ins to support this search scenario.
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