I have specific Epics that I want to create a filter with, but none of the basic search features allow me to combine multiple epics together. What would the advanced (JQL) query be?
The following query retrieves the specified epics:
key in (EPIC-1, EPIC-2, EPIC-3)
This other one gets the issues that belong to any of the specified epics:
"Epic Link" in (EPIC-1, EPIC-2, EPIC-3)
As your Jira instance is on the Cloud, you may get the list of epics, plus issues within any of those epics, as well as their sub-tasks with a simple query:
parentEpic in (EPIC-1, EPIC-2, EPIC-3)
Hope it helps.
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