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So I've tried to create a filter which will contain all tasks under some epics in my project, so i could made a chart where I can look how many tasks are in each epic.
And still can't find an easy solution to it
Also tried an advanced search but it seems im not really good in JQL
Hello @Andrei Aleksandrov
Welcome to the Atlassian community.
To select issues under a list of Epics you should be able to use this JQL:
"Epic Link" in (comma separated list of Epic issue keys)
You can use that filter as the basis for the Pie Chart Gadget or the Two Dimensional Filter Statistics gadget and use Epic Link as the grouping criteria to condense the results into counts of issues per Epic.
If you don't get the results that you expect, please show use the actual filter that you create and an example of an issue you think should be included but is not.
And here is some free training from Atlassian to learn more about using JQL:
Hi! Thanks for the answer, but by some reason it doesn't count as an epik link, so this jql or "Epic link" filter doesn't work.
But my tasks are linked to those epics definetly, i can see epic name on my tasks on board
I agree with @Hannes Obweger - JXL for Jira that the changes may be impacting you.
Additionally can you tell us if you are working with issues in a Company Managed project or a Team Managed project? That can also impact the fields that need to be used in the JQL.
Can you show us the JQL you have actually used? And show us the Issue View of an issue that is missing that you think should be included.