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How to search All epics with issues assigned to a specific users

I have 5 users to whom some issues are assigned. I am looking for a query that returns all issues assigned to them PLUS the epics of those issues (whether epics are assigned to them or not). 

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Hi, Mohsin!

I don't believe this is doable without plugins (others may correct me later :) ).

Do you have either ScriptRunner or another plugins to enhance your JQL?

I recall on ScriptRunner you could do:

issueFunction in epicsOf("assignee in (User1,User2)") or assignee in (User1,User2)

Other plugins may have a different function to achieve the same.

I don't believe you need a plug in for this.

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Hello @Filipi Lima , I don't think I have any plugins. However this query is working perfectly for my purpose. Thanks ever so much

You're welcome, Mohsin!

I do believe that the ScriptRunner plugin is needed to use the issueFunction method. What I was referring to was my answer below. But if this is working for you, great!

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Filipi Lima Atlassian Team Apr 28, 2022

Thank you for clarifying, Garrett!

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You should be able to use a simple "in" statement for assignee, and then in your results be sure to show the Epic Link as a column.



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