All my work is organized by Epic. I cannot seem to create an export that will group all tasks by Epic. The export only has the Epic link next to and I have to manually sort hundreds of items.. there has to be a better way... Many thanks!
Hello @Paul Baker
It is possible to export issues and their related epics (including the link between them) to a CSV file in Jira Cloud and Server applications.
For Jira Classic projects (Software or Service desk), these would be the steps:
- Click in the filter drop-down at the top of the page > Advanced Search
- In the Issue navigator page, type a JQL query to return all the Epics and related issues you want to export. P.S: You can use the "Epic Link" field to select the issues related to a specific Epic
If you want to export specific fields from your issues, including the Epic link:
- At the right side of the search bar, select "list view"
- Then, add the column "Epic Link" > Click in Export > Select "Export Excel CSV (Current fields)"
If you want to export all fields from your issues, including the Epic link, Click in Export > Select "Export Excel CSV (All fields)".
In both options above, the relation between Epics and child issues will be informed by the "Epic Link" column.
For Next-gen projects (available on Jira Cloud), the same steps above can be followed, however, using the "Parent" field/column to export the Epic relation.
Best regards, Mariana
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