There's a plugin you might investigate that provides some subtask functionality, but unfortunately it looks like it is geared to finding issues *with* subtasks, rather than issues with no subtasks...
That does not appear to work. I tried "
hasSubtasks()" as well as "not (issue in hasSubtasks())" and I still get issues with subtasks. Weird thing is "
hasSubtasks()" shows items that do have subtasks while " shows nothing. Not one single item. And I know I have some issues with subtasks because they show when I add "not" . JIRA version is 6.4.3 with JIRA Agile 6.7.2. I do not have the JQL Tricks plugin but hasSubtasks() has been native in JIRA for some time now. Is there something I am doing wrong?
If you wish only to search for issues with no subtask, this is still doable with JQL. It will return a list of issues and no sub-task issues. For example:
project=Test AND NOT issuetype=Sub-task
But if you wish to search for issues that have no sub-task issues, I don't think this is doable in JIRA at the moment.
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