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Kanban board filter by Epics subset

Hello!

I wolud like create a board based on some JQL selectig epics. If I write this JQL I can see only epics on board without stories and sub-tasks. 

For example, I have filter like this: "project = TEST AND type = Epic and component = Backend and assignee = someUser". But if I use this filter directly I missed stories. I mean, is it chance to emulate some JQL sub-query for this dedicated case

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Hey @Maxim Abramovich

If I understand correctly on those boards you want to see all stories/tasks under EPICs when epic has a component Backend and is assigned to certain person? 

Exactly. It is what I need. More common case: I would like fix some subset of epics (by JQL) and show on a board all stories with epics from this subset

In this case the best option would be to do it with ScriptRunner or an add-on 

It's possible with ScriptRunner: issueFunction in issuesInEpics('labels in (IndEquip, IndAuto)')

It would also work with https://marketplace.atlassian.com/apps/1218367/jql-booster-pack?hosting=datacenter&tab=overview 

 

The problem here is combining the the issues must be under certain epics AND they epics itself need to have certain labels and assignees.

See similar discussion here https://community.atlassian.com/t5/Jira-Core-Server-questions/Search-Issues-by-Epic-with-a-certain-Label/qaq-p/1345435

Unfortunately, I have a cloud JIRA

That particular discussion applies here too.
ScriptRunner can be used for JIRA Cloud see https://www.ravisagar.in/courses/mastering-scriptrunner-jira-cloud
and there are many add-ons for Cloud too https://marketplace.atlassian.com/search?hosting=cloud&query=jql

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I solved this problem with script runner. Thank you

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