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Sorting and Exporting list according to Tasks and Sub-Tasks within that in ascending order

Dear All,

 

Please help me in getting the exported list of all Tasks and Sub-Tasks listed within main task in ascending order on Jira.

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Kevin Bui Atlassian Team Feb 24, 2019

Hi @Samandeep Singh - You can go to the issue search, enter a JQL query for all the subtasks you're looking for, and then print the list. I don't know which version you're using, but here's how you'd do it in Jira Cloud:

  1. Go to Jira > Issues and filters > Search issues
  2. Hit Advanced next to the search bar (if you're not already on the advanced search)
  3. Enter the JQL query that will retrieve all the issues you want.
  4. In the top-right corner, select Export > Print list.

Step 3 is the trickty part. I don't know what you mean by ascending order, but this query:

parent = TAS-111 order by Summary ASC

...will get you a list of all subtasks under issue TAS-111, sorted by alphabetical order (using the Summary field).

Hope that helps!

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