Yes, and... to make it a bit less manual (without an addon)
Hi John, in adittion to the Jack suggestion:
If you want to avoid to manually type every Epics affected by your criteria, you must go for a third-party plugin to create such a complex query.
i.e. using JQL Booster Pack (FREE), you need to type the following:
(type = Epic AND project = ABC) OR issue IN issuesInEpics('type = Epic and project = ABC') OR issue IN subtasksOf("(type = Epic and project = ABC) OR issue IN issuesInEpics('type = Epic and project = ABC')")
The above query will retrieve:
1.- Any Epic within the project ABC,
2.- Any subtask directly created under those epics,
3.- Any stories/issues within those epics on the Epic Link field regardless of the project
4.- Any subtasks created under issues matching point 3 regardless of the project
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