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Is it possible to find tasks with type "Bug" in a sprint. If the sprint field is not marked in this type of task, but it is marked in the task with which this bug is related.

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iryna_k_SaaSJet_ Marketplace Partner Dec 15, 2022

Hello, @Іван Андрєєв !

Please, pay attention to the gadget that my team recently released - Text to JQL

This AI/ML-based solution not just converts entered by the user natural-language text into a corresponding JQL query.

It will help you get to know JQL queries better.

I hope it will be useful to you.

By the way, the gadget is free :)

@iryna_k_SaaSJet_ Interesting application, I will try, thank you)

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Mikael Sandberg Community Leader Dec 15, 2022

Yes, it is possible, but you would need an app that extends JQL unless you want to add each issue key for the tasks in your JQL. Default JQL cannot do nested queries, but apps like Scriptrunner/Enhanced Search, JQL Tricks, and JQL Search Extensions, just to mention a few, can all extend JQL so you can search for tasks that have links to bugs in order to get the result you are looking for. If you search the Marketplace for JQL you will find other apps that also extend JQL.

What does it mean  "to add each issue key for the tasks in your JQL@"  it can be created filter for 1 task?

Mikael Sandberg Community Leader Dec 16, 2022

If you do not have an app that extends JQL, your only option is to add each task issue key to the query like this:

issue in linkedIssues (JRA-123, JRA-456, JRA-789)

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