Is there a way for me to run a filter that will show me all tasks under an epic?

I have an epic set up in JIRA and I'm trying to see all tasks and their assignee's under that epic. Is there a way for me to do this?

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Aleksandr Zuevich Community Champion Jan 03, 2017

Hi Candace,

Have you tried JQL: "Epic Link" = epic_issue_key ?

Yes and it will only show the stories with the epic link, not the subtasks.

Aleksandr Zuevich Community Champion Jan 03, 2017

It shows all tasks and bugs from the epic for me...

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You can see I also have all standard issue types and sub-task issue types selected, but I do not see the actual subtasks under a story. The only thing showing for me is the story. 

When I click on the story and then a subtask, it says "A subtask cannot be assigned to an epic.

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Aleksandr Zuevich Community Champion Jan 04, 2017

It seems I've found the solution:

install free SQL for JIRA Driver add-on and execute query "Epic Link" = epic_issue_key OR parent in sql("select key from issues where jql='\"Epic Link\" = epic_issue_key'")

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