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Hi, this is works for me.
When you have project name Super project and his key is SP, then you can search more issues this way:
project = SP and key in ("SP-406","SP-395","SP-474","SP-473","SP-472","SP-455","SP-458","SP-453","SP-463","SP-389","SP-439","SP-422","SP-447","SP-456","SP-384","SP-375","SP-428","SP-422") ORDER BY key ASC
Hi @Martha Leo Welcome to the Atlassian Community!
You can use the JQL (Jira query language) to get search for a specific set of issues (such as stories or Epics or sub-tasks).
To write a JQL, you need to navigate to Filters(top menu) -> Advanced issue search and in the bar you need to write a query.
1) Show me all the issues in my project
Project = ABC
2) I want to filter only Epics and Stories
project = ABC AND issuetype in (Epic,Story)
3) I want to see issues that are Done, Closed
project = ABC AND status in (Done, Closed)
There are lot of other things you can do with the filter too. You can follow the documentation here and learn more about JQL.