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I want to know the bug tasks and their respective Parent keys in that project.

I wrote a JQL : project in ("CAT") and issuetype =Bug and created >'2020-01-01'. In the report its showing in summary column like below: Where first column is Bug # and second column showing parent Key and its title. I want Only parent key to be displayed.

1- In 'Columns to display' I dont see any Parent key to display.

2- When I export this report to Excel, its showing Parent ID, which is not Parent Key.

please suggest


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It may not be possible with Jira to export the parent key. You may have to use a third party reporting app to do so.

This is possible with our app: AIO Reports and Timesheets for Jira

Documentation link:

A sample screenshot is included below which can be easily customised further as per your business needs.

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For any questions or issues, please email us at


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