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I have a filter in which I want to filter specific Epics.
My Epics all start with the prefix vUP and they are in my project named UPD_NEXT.
However, when I create a filter and search by Epic Link or Epic Name my Epics don't appear.
Is there a missing parameter in my Epics?
I'll be happy to give you more details.
Thanks in advance for your help.
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Excuse me for my delayed response.
Thanks for your response Marc !
My problem is larger. I would like to define a rule in a filter that will add every new tickets of certains Epics that I have in my filter. Do you know a solution please ?
Thanks in advance @Marc Koppelaar .
You could use the function parentEpic. This will filter the Epic and all it's child issues.
You can specify mutliple epics in the query
parentEpic in (dkp-10)
parentEpic in (dkp-10,dkp-11,dkp-17)
This works on my instance. I can't reproduce your results if issues are children of epic in the same project.
If I run the exact same query related to issues in my instance, I see all Epic and children.
Hi @Marc Koppelaar ,
As you I don't understand what this behavior is.
For me, the problem could arise from a bad parameter in the project or in the Epics. I tested it on others projects on the same atlassian and I've the same result : only the epic name, not the child tickets.
Do you have any idea ?