JQL Query to find all Epics and Stories Beneath a Roadmap Item

I have a Roadmap Item that has several children Epics, The Epics have children stories.

 

I want a filter that shows me all children and grandchildren of a Roadmap item.

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Tyler Brown Community Champion Nov 17, 2017

Hey Brittany,

If you find the Children Epics of the Roadmap Item (parentlink = ABC-123) you can then use the parentEpic parameter to find all children and grandchildren of the Epics.

Query could look something like: parentlink = ABC-123 or parentEpic in (ABD-234, ABD-345, etc)

Hope this helps,

Tyler

I don't want to write a filter where I have to change it every time. In my mind it should be something like

 

= parentLink = ABC OR childof(parentLink = ABC)

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