How can I track dependencies between issues/"tasks in a Sprint" within JIRA?

Apologies for the potentially noddy question, but I'm investigating JIRA Agile and its ability to track dependencies at a story level and within stories. I'm hoping this is a simple one and there are some lovely visuals available to enable me to show how the issues/stories in a Sprint can be delivered. Fingers crossed.

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Hello Jamie, 

You can use the combination of a JQL query (project = P and sprint = S) and the Impact for JIRA plugin (

Let me know if this works for you!

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