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comparing two issues types against each issue status

I would like to build a filter that does 2 things

1 Find all features that are in ( On Deck, Backlog, Open)

2 Find all issues  that have the feature as a parent that are In Progress


I have tried filter project = xx and Issuetype = feature and status in (On Deck, Backlog, Open) and issuetype = In Progress


nothing is returned but I think my logic is bad. somehow the feature needs to be the parent. 




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You would need an add-on for it. For example, you could use the Power Scripts add-on:

You could write a JQL query like this:

1. project = xx and issuetype = feature and status in ( On Deck, Backlog, Open)

2. key in subtasksOf("project = xx and issuetype = feature and status = \"In Progress\"")

Thank you the Add in is only accessible to Core admins  in the company, thank you. 

You are welcome!

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