I would like to make a query that shows all stories/tasks that fall under epics assigned to specific users. I am trying to develop a board using a filter to display the status of all epics assigned to me only. Various other users may be assigned to stories/tasks under these epics, but I would still like to be able to see them on my board so that I can track their statue.
Thanks Tayyab. This would only pull stories and tasks assigned to the current user. Instead, what I want to do is see all stories/tasks that fall under epics where the epic is assigned to me. That way I could build a kanban board using the query that would allow me to see how all stories/tasks are progressing, regardless of how many different epics I am tracking.
You can replace currentUser() with your own user name.
If you have ScriptRunner installed then you can use the following query,
issueFunction in issuesInEpics('assignee = abcd') and issuetype in (story, task)
Replace assignee = 'abcd' with your own username.
Are you using Cloud or Server?
If you are in Cloud you can try the following:
project = JRA and parentEpic = JRA-123
This will "return all the issues in the specified epic(s) AND their sub-tasks." Take a look at Dave Meyer's response in JQL to show all issues AND subtasks in the Epic.
In Server you may want to look at ScriptRunner.
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