Need the JQL to create a burndown/chart at the sub-task level, since the project is sub-task heavy

For the project I just took over, the # stories are few, but the # of subtasks are many. In order to create a burndown/chart that will give the team a positive look at their progress vs. waiting until all the sub-tasks are done before the end of sprint (since testing is also a sub-task in the stories).

Looking forward to seeing your responses.

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Ok, the JQL it is using is simple - it's the board filter, with "sprint = <sprint you are looking at>" added to it.

I suspect you're looking for something more than that, but I cannot work out what you're aiming for?

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