Apologies if this question has been answered in a thread before - I'm trying to figure out the syntax for displaying subtasks in an active user story that's in a specific epic.
I'm new to JQL and I've created a few filters for my dashboard I'm using with my team, but this last one seems a bit trickier for me to figure out.
Any help or direction to where this might have been answered is much appreciated.
To retrieve all actives (non-resolved) issues within an Epic (EMEA-58 in our example) you need to type (this can be done out-of-the-box) the following:
"Epic Link" IN (EMEA-58) AND resolution IS NOT EMPTY
However, you need a third-party app to perform more complex queries, see an example. Using JQL Booster Pack (FREE), you can:
Retrieve all actives (non-resolved) issues for all actives (non-resolved) Epic of a specific project (EMEA project in our example) by typing:
issue in issuesInEpics("project = EMEA AND resolution IS NOT EMPTY") AND resolution IS NOT EMPTY
You can also retrieve subtask within issues that matches a query. For example, retrieve all subtask within actives (non-resolved) Stories:
issue in subtaskOf("type = Story AND resolution IS NOT EMPTY")
All together, display subtasks in active issues that's in a EMEA-58 Epic
issue in subtaskOf('"Epic Link" = EMEA-58 AND resolution IS NOT EMPTY')
DISCLAIMER: I developed this app myself
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