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Query help - details of a list of Epics

I have a list of specific Epics (e.g., Epic Links such as CP-1234). I want to return the details of each of those specific epics in my list. Thoughts?

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Hello @robert_hill 

Can you explain exactly what "details" you are trying to get for each epic?

You can add/remove columns to query results -- which allow you to expose fields within those tickets - are you looking for a report or just more information in a query results?

I'm looking for a query that returns from within Advance Search function to return the specific epics (Epic Links such as CP-1234 and etc.) I have in my list. Then be able to export via csv file. Make sense?

I think so. 

You can expose the "issue links" field on the columns controls in the search results. Depending on exactly how the linking was done, you might need Epic Links field exposed instead/too.

So, I would build my query as something like:

Project in (list of project) AND issuekey in (CP-1, CP-2) AND ....

This would return the 'parent list' (which you have to specify manually in the issue key clause) and the associated linked tickets.  Then you can just export to CSV.

(Does that make sense?)

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