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Filter for Kanbanboard to view all issues with a specific label in the epic

I want to create a filter for Filter for Kanbanboard to view all issues with a specific label in the epic

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Mark Segall Community Leader Dec 07, 2022

Hi @David Verbeure - Are you saying that you want something where it simultaneously filters a single epic and all issues with a specific label within that epic?  You could do something like this:

"Epic Link" = ABC-123 AND labels IN (YOURLABEL)

No, I want to create a filter for the kanban board in which I see all tasks from epics with a specific label

another possibility would be to copy the labels from epics to the child tasks.
but how do i do this?

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Mark Segall Community Leader Dec 08, 2022

Yes - Sadly, you won't be able to perform a double query like that where you're looking for epics with label x followed up by all of their respective children.  However, your alternative may work theoretically with some Jira Automation. 

  • TRIGGER: Field Value Changed (Epic Link)
  • ACTION: Edit Issue (Labels)
    • {{issue.Epic Link.Labels}}

Note - I could not get this to work in the server environment I have available to me.  I ran into a couple issues

  1. It didn't accept the above as a smart value because of the space in Epic Link.  Instead I had to use {{issue.customfield_xxxxx.labels}}
  2. Failed when the Epic had more than one label as it tried to read the multiple values as literal and failed because it would come across as "label1, label2" which contains a space. 

Not all flavors of server are the same so this may work for you, but if it doesn't, hopefully my notes help explain why.

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