To clarify, I want to write a query that will return...
1. All Issues and subtasks assigned to me
2. And any parent Issues where I am assigned a subtask
3. And all subtasks of parent Issues returned in #2
Using JQL Tricks plugin (paid), you can achieve this in 2 steps.
1. Save a filter to find all parent issues where you can assigned a subtask
issue in parent("issuetype = subtask and assignee = currentUser()")
2. Write another query to use the filter saved above. Something like:
assignee = currentUser or filter = "Filter I saved earlier" or issue in subtask("filter = \"Filter I saved earlier\"")
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