It probably would have been useful if you'd let us see what your query looks like so far, or given some more detail, because your question as it stands is quite vague.
Having said that, I'm guessing you're talking about a JQL query and the possible answer to your question is that you just don't specify the project(s). So if you run a query type = Bug, it will return ALL bugs, regardless of which project they're in.
If you are looking to get issues with issue links, then there is currently no option to do that without a plugin.
You can look into plugins like ScriptRunner for this.
This will give you additional JQL functions.
For e.g. following would return all the issue which have issue links
issueFunction in hasLinks()
And for e.g. if you wanted to get issues which have issue links named 'blocks'.
Then you can do that as follows.
issueFunction in hasLinks(blocks)
OK. So this type = Bug works great but is it possible to take this to the next level by adding to it that i want to know if a bug in project A is linked to project B ... project B is what is important to me so if there is a bug i already know about it but if then another project is like woah we have a bug and now links it to my project B bug for they are related then in need to be able to track that also.
not looking for actual links more for linked issues.
I hope I'm beginning to make more sense. I am super new to JIRA and Confluence and am working myself through manuals and online trainings as fast as I humanly can. Any direction would be appreciated.
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