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How to get list of sub subtasks in jira related to a task under a particular Epic using JQL


Intention to create a dashboard that will have a widget for each epic's Subtasks.

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Tried using an JQL and achieved this


issueFunction in linkedIssuesOfAll(" 'Epic Link' in ('<Epic>') AND Type in (Task)") AND Type in (Sub-task)

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Trudy Claspill Community Leader May 02, 2022

Hello @Karthikeyan Ramachandran 

Welcome to the community.

Jira does not natively provide capabilities to create a filter to get those results. Do you have any third party apps installed that extend JQL search functionality? Is you company open to paying for such third party apps?

Nope . Intention to see if JQL can get that

Trudy Claspill Community Leader Oct 22, 2022

As I said, Jira's native JQL capabilities will not be able to do this in a single JQL query.

If you have access to "issuefunction" then you do already have a third party app installed that extends the JQL capabilities. "issuefunction" is not natively available in Jira. And "linkedissuesofall" is specifically provided by the Adaptavist Scriptrunner app.

Did the query you tried get you what you wanted?

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