This function returns a list of all sibling sub-tasks of the current issue.

In case the current issue is not a sub-task, an empty issue list will be returned.

Syntax
siblingSubtasks() #Output: Issue list
Parser expressionDescription
siblingSubtasks()

This example returns all sub-tasks with the same parent as the current one - excluding the current issue.

siblingSubtasks() is the equivalent of

subtasks(%{parent.key}) EXCEPT issueKeysToIssueList(%{issue.key})

This function returns an ISSUE LIST


Variant where you can specify an issue list to retrieve the sibling sub-tasks from.

Syntax
siblingSubtasks(issueList) #Output: Issue list
Parser expressionDescription
siblingSubtasks(linkedIssues())

This example returns all sibling sub-tasks of the currently linked issues.

To achieve this, the following functions are used:

Parameters used in this function

ParameterInput (data type)Description
issueList

ISSUE LIST

Any given issue list. Usually this value is retrieved from a function (e.g. linkedIssues() or subtasks()).

This function returns an ISSUE LIST


Variant where you can specify a comma-separated list of issue keys to get the sibling sub-tasks from.

Syntax
siblingSubtasks(issueKeys) #Output: Issue list
Parser expressionDescription
siblingSubtasks("MARKET-1, MARKET-2")

This example returns all sibling sub-tasks of the issues MARKET-1 and MARKET-2, e.g.:

[MARKET-143, MARKET-142, MARKET-139, MARKET-141, MARKET-140, MARKET-138]

Parameters used in this function

ParameterInput (data type)Description
issueKeys

TEXT

A text with comma separated list of issue keys.

This function returns an ISSUE LIST