I have quite a bit of subtask cleanup that I need to do. I'd like to find all subtasks of Parent Issues that are in the closed state. I was hoping to do something along the lines of:
parent in (status = closed)
parent in (filter = closedIssuesFilter)
Is something like this possible? What would be the best way to accomplish this?
It is paid version. What the point.
We unable to create board with sub-issues (filtered by version, epic, component). When you click at issue, and looking into subtask, what you see? Hided by filter.
Atlassian knows and forcing us to pay more. I do not know why it still isn't in the box.
They sells product with several flaws, half-stuffed. I think they starving of good competition.
There is no need for any Plugin..
Switch to "advance" filter option and enter
status in ("Open") AND parent in (PHX-xxx,ENG-xxx)
It will give you all the open tickets present as a subtask in parent JIRAS. Build more complex and enjoy using JIRA. Advance filter options will also give you all possible values to build Queries.
Please comment if its helpful.
Quality Control Engineer
Would really like to be able to query for all issues and their sub-tasks in (for instance) an Epic.
All the answers here require either multiple manual step, hard coded Issue ID's or a plugin. Can't use the suggested plugin in Cloud Jira.
It is surprising and disappointing that something this basic is hard or impossible in the JIRA query language
Found the answer over on stackoverflow:
There's a pretty neat plugin, Craftforge: https://plugins.atlassian.com/plugins/org.craftforge.jira.craftforge-jql-functions-plugin
I don't know whether it's still relevant, but we had same problem and it was solved with help of following plugins:
- Query Issue Custom Field delivers validators, that can be checked also for status etc.
- AM Utils delivers opportunities search for parents/subtask and create JQL inside another one, like
Maybe it can help
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