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Create a filter showing multiple epics and all stories linked to each epic

Hi Everyone

I'm trying to create a view of all epics in our project with the stories linked to them.  How do I do this in Jql?


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Flavien Gache
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Feb 12, 2021

Hi Kashiefa.

you can do something like this : 

"Epic Link" in (KEY-1) AND issuetype = story AND project = ABC

Of course, if you want several epics, you have to add them in the parenthesis of Epic Link.


If you want to have an Epic for your project and its children here you go :

parentEpic = KEY-1

You will have to add all the epics for this.

One last can be this one :

project = PRJ and parentEpic in (KEY-1, KEY-2)...


It's a bit tricky to use these functions. To my knowledge it is not possible to automate it easily by passing a filter to parentEpic.

Bill Sheboy
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Feb 12, 2021

Hi @Kashiefa Solomon -- Welcome to the Atlassian Community!

To add onto what @Flavien Gache suggests, if you only need to run this query once, you could:

  • First get all the epic keys with a query
project = myProject AND issueType = epic
  • Export that list, and grab just the keys
  • Turn that into a CSV list using your favorite editor search-replace functions or export
KEY-1, KEY-2...
  • Then use the list to get the epics and children in one query, pasting in the above list
key IN (KEY-1, KEY-2...) OR parentEpic IN (KEY-1, KEY-2...)

Best regards,


Like Paolo Villacarlos likes this

Just came to say this solution worked for me. :whoo-hoo-homer:

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