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How do we get the list of all the childs for a project?

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Hi,

We have a jira project called ENB with the initiatives and epics for a product backlog, and other jira projects per scrum team that contain the tasks and user stories, example CRUW and MKT.

I cannot find a way to create a JQL that list all the user stories and tasks for the whole product backlog, ENB.

 

Any insights? 

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HI @Arturo Jimenez

JQL isn't too great in retrieving issues "across" hierarchy levels, unfortunately.

A few ideas:

First, if you know the issue keys of all your epics and the number of epics isn't too huge, you can select your stories and tasks like this:

"Epic Link" in (WORK-150, WORK-142)

... where "WORK-150" and "WORK-142" are the issue keys of your epics. You can list many more, but you have to explicitly list each and every one of them.

Second, there's a number of apps from the Atlassian Marketplace that extend JQL by additional features. E.g., JQL Search Extensions has a "issueFromEpicsInQuery" feature that should give you what you need.

Lastly, there's a number of more "hierarchy-focused" apps in the Atlassian Marketplace that can resolve parent/child relationships within a set of issues; not so much via "raw" JQL, but by applying custom logic.

Hope this helps,

Best,

Hannes

Just to add to the last point: In the app that my team is working on - JXL for Jira - you'd simply need to query your epics and any possible child issue (from CRUW and MKT in your example), enable the "hierarchy" feature, and see your issues as shown below:

hierarchy.gif

If you need to, you can export this list to Excel or Google Sheets for further processing.

As for almost any problem, there's a number of Marketplace apps that focus on issue hierarchies, so you likely want to do your own research and evaluations on which one fits the best.

Best,

Hannes

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Hi @Arturo Jimenez 

If you are fine with a mktplace app, you can have a look at

Issue Hierarchy Reports 

The app shows the child tasks / linked tasks count at each hierarchy level across projects as shown below.
You can also generate insights such as:

- View the full Jira Issue Type hierarchy of Linked issues,
Portfolio/Advanced Roadmaps, Epics, and Subtasks up to 10 levels.

- % complete based on time spent and story points at each hierarchy level

- Sum up Time Spent, Org Estimate, Time Rmng, custom number
fields

 

Epic Hierarchy - CHildren.PNG

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