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JQL & Google Sheets - Not Listing All Subtasks


I have a bit of a conundrum I'm hoping to get a hand with. I'm using Jira Cloud for Sheets and have successfully imported several issues to a google sheet. However, I noticed that not all the subtasks are importing for some reason. I expect that it's because I'm not using the correct JQL as I'm a bit new with it, but I'm not sure what to change in my syntax.

I'm simply trying to call each sub-issue under one issue in a project. Here's what I'm currently using:

=JIRA("project = MYPROJ AND 'Epic Link'= XXXX-3641 OR (issuetype = sub-task AND 'parent' IN (XXXX-3641))", "summary, status", 0, 10) 

If there's a simpler way to just get a list of every sub-issue grouped under an issue I'm all for it. Thanks in advance for any help!

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Jens Schumacher - Released_so
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Mar 30, 2023 • edited

Hi Rena, 

Take a look at this thread:

The thread outlines how to get all subtasks in "Team Managed" and "Company Managed" projects. 

This seems to be the best answer in the thread. 

parentEpic in (EPIC-1, EPIC-2)

Hope this helps,

Jens - Release notes powered by Jira

Hi there, thanks Jens,


For some reason even using this query does not fix the problem, and I'm not sure why. I was able to pull everything I need by calling the entire Epic, but for whatever reason when I attempt to look for the entire sub-task list within a task, I was still missing some sub-tasks. Any ideas would be appreciated!

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