@Georges MOUBARAK [Infosysta] Sorry I guess we misunderstood the requirement.
Let me explain you in detail.
I have projects say ABC and XYZ.
ABC-1 --> Linked issues are XYZ-1, XYZ-2, XYZ-3
ABC-2 --> Linked issue are XYZ-1, XYZ-4, XYZ-5
Now I need to see only XYZ-1, XYZ-2, XYZ-3, XYZ-4, XYZ-5 in the issue navigator.
Basically I am looking for some query to get the above result.
@Vinay Shekar, In this case you need to have the scrip runner addon(you can get the free version). Once you install it, you will have new JQL functions.
In the issue navigator, go to basic mode and type the following:
Project = XYZ and IssueFunction in LinkedIssuesOf("project = ABC").
The above query will retrieve all XYZ issues that are linked to ABC project.
You can also customise the sub-query inside the LinkedIssuesOf("")
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