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I have added the subfilter:
(project = EmpireRigging AND issuetype != Sub-task) AND (fixVersion in unreleasedVersions() OR fixVersion is EMPTY)
and once I save it, it updates to:
project = EmpireRigging AND issuetype != Sub-task AND (fixVersion in unreleasedVersions() OR fixVersion is EMPTY)
Notice the project and issue type do not have ( ).
Is there a way to fix this and make the parenthesis stay?
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I think it is simplifying the filter for you - the parenthesis that are getting removed are not needed because the clauses are all being joined with the same joining operator; "X and Y and Z" is the same logic at "(X and Y) and Z"
Yes, and...to Nic's answer:
Jira Cloud does this in a few places with JQL, but not consistently everywhere. And...sometimes it removes the parentheses but does not re-order/re-structure the query to match what you planned! One lesson here is to observe what happens and test after entering your JQL.