I'm trying to make a quick filter that shows me just the stories I've already worked on, including new bugs that have not yet been assigned, so I would like to show any subtask whose parent has at least one subtask which was assigned to me.
I've tried this function, and it seems JIRA won't recognize "issuesSubtasks" or any of the functions found on this page: http://www.j-tricks.com/jqlt-subtask-functions.html. do I need to be putting my quick filter logic somewhere else?
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