The following filter: project in (SQC, IM, PI, ITF, CONE, DSD, LAX, DMD) ORDER BY Rank ASC will display sub-tasks,
However if I add "Assigned Squad" to the filter: project in (SQC, IM, PI, ITF, CONE, DSD, LAX, DMD) and "Assigned Squad" = Sharks ORDER BY Rank ASC.
The "Assigned Squad" field is not present in the subtask. Do I need to add this field or is there a way to write the query so that the subtasks show up. I tried Extended Search to include subtasks but using that we get a warning that no projects are assigned to the board.
I have no ideas how to make better out-of-box…
Look at external app, for example - JQL Search Extentions
It has useful functions like(docs):
For a given JQL subquery it finds subtasks of resulting parent issues
- issue in subtasksOfParentsInQuery("status='Done'") and status='To Do'
finds subtasks that are in progress and have finished parents
- issue in subtasksOfParentsInQuery("assignee=currentUser()")
finds subtasks of my issues
Hi @Chris Byrne
an option I could think of is to use Automation to copy the value of "Assigned Squad" custom field to the Sub-Tasks.
Doing so, from my expectation, you filter for the custom field in your board.
From my understanding, currently, the sub-tasks do not show up as you query for the custom field which is not present in sub-tasks - as you stated.
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