I'd like to know how I can use a JQL query to collect Epics which do not yet have any issues linked to them.
It seems that I can find issues which have links out to an Epic, but not necessarily the other way round.
I'm looking for something like:
IssueType = Epic AND HasChildren = No
Hi @Jennifer McVicker
If you are on a Server JIRA you can use the add-on ScriptRunner for JIRA from Adaptavist, to easily create queries around Epics:
issueFunction in hasLinks("is Epic of") - to show all epics that has stories defined
issueFunction not in hasLinks("is Epic of") - well, to show all epics that has no stories defined
I'm looking for the answer to this too...or rather, the reverse. I have created a board that pulls stories and epics from multiple projects, and I want to ONLY pull in epics that contain one or more stories that display on my board. For instance, an epic may have three stories but those three stories are filtered out by my board filter, so the epic shows up on the backlog screen, but contains no stories on my board.
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