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JQL function powercript

I'm trying to find issues with a specific"issuetype" in which a issues with a specific"issuetype" is linked.

what i tried:

project = xx and issuetype = test1 and key in hasAnyLinks(' issuetype = test2')

what i want to get:

all issues withe type test1 in project xx who have "Issue Links" to issue(s) type test2

1 answer

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Hi Marat,

Sadly you cannot achieve the desired search using standard features on Jira, you must go for a third-party app instead. Using i.e. JQL Booster Pack you can type the following:


Search Bugs under EMEA project with linked Support tickets:

project = EMEA AND type = Bug AND issue IN linkedIssuesOf("type = Support")


Using this app you can also query other issues relations, check:




Hope this helps you to create awesome queries <3

Kind regards

Thanks for the advertisement.

I already have a plugin that extends the capabilities of jql - PowerScript

Can you help me resolve the issue using PowerScript?

Sorry I've never used that app. Could you try the following instead?


project = EMEA AND type = Bug AND key IN issuesLinkedAtDepth("type = Support", 1)

Hi Marat,
Had you got the chance to try the suggested JQL using the issuesLinkedAtDepth() function provided by PowerScript?

Did it helped you?

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