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JQL filter to show all issues including subtasks for current sprint.

I'm trying to show ALL project issues, including subtasks in a particular sprint.

project = "Project name" 

Works and shows all the Epics, Stories, Tasks and Subtasks.

However if i just want to show what is allocated to just a particular sprint.

 project = "Project name" AND sprint = "sprint"

 I only get to see the Stories and Tasks.... no subtasks ?

sprint = "sprint"

does the same.
How do i get to show all the stories/tasks and subtasks  in a particular sprint?

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Ollie Guan Community Leader Jun 05, 2020

Hi @Julian Bowker ,

This is a long term backlog from 2019.

https://jira.atlassian.com/browse/JSWCLOUD-18398

So it is 😢

Thanks for the prompt reply @Ollie Guan - I've added my vote to that item.
Maybe i should try an interim to list all the sub-tasks with parents in the current sprint, even though some of those sub-tasks may not be in the current sprint.

I guess i will have to be patient and hope long term backlog gets nearer some day.

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@Ollie Guan  - wow, a full year with no movement. I don't understand how Atlassian's Next Gen projects functionality was ever released as working software

Like Sergei Wallace likes this

Can you guys please build this? So many super basic features not available in next-gen... regret creating my Jira project as one at this point.

Like Julian Bowker likes this

Yeah, this sort of stinks.  Filters for Epics don't grab the sub-tasks.  Again, basic functionality I don't want to have to use a plugin for to do something that should be the default.

Like Assistenza likes this

Hey everyone,

If you have a strong requirement to get the subtasks that are in the sprint you may consider our indexing service:

Your query will look like this:

sprint = "sprint" OR issue in subtasksOfParentsInQuery("sprint = 'sprint'")

You can read more in the docs.

I hope it's helpful to people who are open to apps.

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This is basic functionality which you shouldn't need to pay extra for. Must say that I'm disappointed with the JQL functionality that one gets with basic subscription. Reminds me of crippleware. 

I think it could be solved with the ScriptRunner plugin.

But it costs $)

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