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create a filter for all sub-tasks caused by a certain task

How do I do that? I'm trying to set issueLinkType = "is caused by" AND issuekey = "task name" but that returns no entries.  Thanks.

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Derek Fields Community Leader Mar 01, 2021

Welcome to the community. Sub-tasks are different than linked issues. If you are trying to find all issues that are linked through the "is caused by" link, try this:

issue in linkedIssues(<issue key>, "is caused by")

thanks for the response. OK, so first I have to apologize for the mistakes I made in the original question. I have tasks that are "caused by" a user story, not subtasks caused by a task. Suppose the user story is called "ABCD 1234". If I want all the tasks caused by that user story, do I write this?

issue in linkedIssues("ABCD 1234", "is caused by")

Thanks again.

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