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How can i filter out all issues that has no sub items?

Ella Li
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Mar 31, 2023

I am using structure plugin, and i have my sets of generators, now i want to filter out all epics which doesnt have sub items listed in the structure, how do i do that?

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Riley Venable (Atlas Bench)
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Mar 31, 2023

To filter out all epics which don't have sub-items listed in the structure using the Structure plugin, you can follow these steps:

1. Open the Structure you want to filter.

2. Click on the Filters menu.

3. Toggle the "Show full hierarchy" checkbox to enable it.

4. You will notice that the issues that match your filters appear normally on your timeline, while non-matching child issues, as well as their parent level issues, appear greyed out.

5. To only show issues that match your query, deselect the "Show full hierarchy" checkbox.

6. Now you can apply filters to your Structure. For example, you can filter out all epics that don't have sub-items by using the JQL query "issuetype = Epic and NOT issueFunction in subtasksOf('issuetype = Epic')".

7. Once you have applied the filter, you can save it for future use by clicking on the "Save filter" option.

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