How to include sub-tasks in a filter

I have this filter to give me what was completed this week across a couple projects.  I only get the Tasks, but no Sub-tasks.  Anyone know how to get the done tasks and done sub-tasks?  I would want the done sub-tasks even when the parent tasl may still be open.

project in (project1, project2) AND status = Done AND resolved >= -1w AND assignee in (user1, user2, user3) ORDER BY "Epic Link"

Thanks,

 

Morgan

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Are there any subtasks macthing this query? If you expect the subtasks that belong to all the tasks matching this query, that is not how it works.

Subtasks are just another issuetype and they will be returned in the result only if they match the conditions in the query. If you need subtasks from tasks matching to certain criteria, you will need a pliugin like JQL Tricks

Thanks!  I will look into that.  We're using the Cloud version...

Ann Worley Atlassian Team Apr 24, 2017

This plugin is compatible with Cloud and promises to "find issues by Link, work log, subtasks, comments, etc"

JQL Plus (Mongo Search)

RituM I'm New Here Sep 14, 2018

I don't think we should have to buy a plugin for such a basic functionality

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