How do I write the JQL to find all issues that my team depend on?

Hello,

How do I write a JQL query that returns all issues that I or my team are depending on, as per the issue links?

Thank you in advance.

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Dont think JIRA does this out of the box as per https://jira.atlassian.com/browse/JRA-25640

Have a look at the issue I have linked to, there are a few plugins that do what you are after. 

Goodness, it seemed like such a fundamental feature I thought I was asking a stupid question smile

Thanks for the response.

After a bit more digging I suspect the linkedIssuesInQuery (jqlQuery, [linkType])  or linkedIssuesInFilter (filterId, [linkType]) functions in http://www.j-tricks.com/jqlt-links-functions.html might be handy.

Crazy it's not supported out of the box!

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