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I can't see all of the Sub-Tasks assigned to a assignee in the current Sprint.


I can't see all of the Sub-Tasks assigned to a assignee in the current Sprint.

project in (ARIA51) AND Sprint in openSprints() AND assignee in (557058:02d55fd8-877a-43d2-be9e-fbe53598d4da)


It is only showing a sub-set of the actual number of Sub-Tasks.  There should be a total of 18 Issues (User Story, Task, & Sub-tasks)  and only seeing 7.

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Sub-tasks don't go into sprints independently, they are part of their parent and hence always in the same sprint as that.

Unfortunately, there's a flaw in Jira - it doesn't take the parent's sprint down to the sub-task, the field is empty, so things like "sprint = X" won't find sub-tasks.


I am sorry to hear that.  I should be able to query my data and get the answers I need.

Why are there so many issues with the Cloud version?

Yeah, there are things like this that have been there for years, even since before it was forked from Server (Server also has exactly this problem)

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