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How to filter Epics or Stories associated to filter query that shoews only subtasks

I have a filter query which gives me all the subtasks attending a determined parameter. I need to do the reverse engineering to get the list of EPICs associated to this subtasks. How can I do it? 

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Hi Erika,

Would you please post the query you are using now so I can see exactly how you are searching?

Thanks,

Michael

Michael, here it is. The idea is to use this filter to get the standad tasks associated with them : 


issuetype in (Sub-Test, Sub-Task) AND status in (Done, Cancelled) AND labels = labelname OR issuetype in (Sub-Test, Sub-Task, Sub-tarefa) AND status in (Done, Cancelled) AND labels = labelname

 

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what I'm thinking , there is something I could use similar to when we call  "issueFunction in issuesInEpics("filter=123456")" ?

Michael, I got it! 

issueFunction in parentsOf("filter=123456") 

@erika assis 

Apologies for not replying. Life happened. I'm glad you are OK now.

Michael

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