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How to JQL issues and order result as story followed tasks - for each story in the result?

My search query is to find every story with a label ( XYZ) and list every task right under the story and order by storyKey

Dataset =

StoryA (XYZ) has TaskA, TaskB and TaskC

StoryB (XYZ) has Task1, Task2 and Task3


My expected result =

StoryA, TaskA, TaskB, TaskC, StoryB, Task1, Task2, Task3


Thank you

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Hello @Lakshana Biradar 

Welcome to the community.

How are the tasks related to the stories? Are the tasks Sub-task type issue?

Generally, that sort of grouping of issues is not supported natively by Jira. And, depending on how the tasks are related to the stories, creating a filter to get those results may not be natively supported in Jira. Both feature may require adding a third party app to your Jira instance. Is that an option you can consider?

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