Issues and subtasks

I would like to see a search results with the parent issue and it's sub-tasks under it. 


ISS-001 parent 1
ISS-002/Iss-001 Subtask 1
ISS-003/Iss-001 Subtask 2
ISS-004/Iss-001 Subtask 3
ISS-005 parent 2
ISS-006/Iss-005 Subtask 1
ISS-007/Iss-005 Subtask 2
ISS-008/Iss-005 Subtask 3

Please let me know how i can get this to happen


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Unfortunately the only way I know how to do this is through a plugin called JQL Tricks. It is available using the queries on this page.

The second unfortunate part is this is not available for JIRA Cloud, which it looks like you're using.

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