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Next-Gen Subtask Filters / Issue Search Edited

This query returns a list of subtasks assigned to me.

assignee = currentUser() AND type in subTaskIssueTypes()

 However, this one does not even though I KNOW that one of my Subtasks is in an open Sprint. I can see the sprint value on the issue detail view.

assignee = currentUser() AND type in subTaskIssueTypes() AND Sprint in openSprints()

Why are subtasks not indexed by Sprint Value?

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Sub-tasks don't matter to the sprint, they only matter in the context of their parent issue.  So they're irrelevant to most places you want to talk about "things in the sprint".

Annoyingly, that means Atlassian have chosen not to inherit the sprint from the parent.

Sure, but then is it possible to write a query to show subtasks whose parent are in an active sprint?

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