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When I create an issue in Jira, I can find it simply in VS Code extension, but after assigning these issues to the Epics, I can not find them there.
So, it is really bad, because I want to create a branch and work on the issue from vs code instead of working directly on the epics, that doesn't make sense at all!
Maybe I don't know how to handle it, but after lots of searches on the internet, I am asking it here with the hope to find a solution.
Hello, welcome to the Community!
The "My <yoursite> Issues" filter that comes default with the extension uses the following JQL filter:
assignee = currentUser() AND resolution = Unresolved ORDER BY lastViewed DESC
So, there's two criteria you can check on the issues!
Another step you could take is to create a new filter in VS Code that shows more issues:
project IN (JS)
One more possible thing you could do (although I don't believe this to be an issue from your screenshot) is to disable the "Group issues by epic" option in the extensions setting. With this option enabled, you should see a little > arrow next to epics that you can expand/collapse:
Hope that helps a bit!
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