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How can I print an overview of all epics?

I like to print an overview of all the epics in my project; how to do that?

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Kevin Bui
Atlassian Team
Atlassian Team members are employees working across the company in a wide variety of roles.
Mar 06, 2019

Hi @ron.rouwenhoff - I'm not sure I understand; what do you mean by "overview"? If you're looking for a full list of all epics, you can achieve this by going to the issue search and performing a basic search (there's also an option to print this list on the screen too).

Hi Kevin, I am looking for a full list of epics in my project indeed..let me try now. Thanks.

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Kevin Bui
Atlassian Team
Atlassian Team members are employees working across the company in a wide variety of roles.
Mar 07, 2019

Hi @ron.rouwenhoff - Not sure what version of Jira you're using, but in Jira Cloud this is how you do it:

  1. Go to Jira home and select Issues and filtersSearch issues.
  2. Use the Basic search option to filter out all other issues, so that only epics display.
  3. Select the icon in the top-right corner to print the list (see screenshot for reference).



Hope that helps!

The "Print list" is missing for me?


 @Mark Thompson were you able to find a solution?  I have a user with the same problem (missing Print List).

@Brad Hawkins No solution, my workaround is to export to CSV and do some formatting and print from Excel.

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@Mark Thompson thank you for the reply.  It's very strange - I have the option to Print List, so I am printing for this other user.  

@Mark Thompson

I reached out to Atlassian.  The issue is with Issue List in a Project vs Advanced Search.  I confirmed on my end and with the the other user.  I hope this helps.

From Atlassian:

After some checks of the information and screenshots provided, the user seems to be trying to find the Print List option inside the Issue tab directly in the project.  However, this option is currently available on the Advanced Search page only.

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