Search for Jira Issues linked to OKRs with JQL


Supported operations:
There are three main operators that can give you the right result “~“, “is null“, and “is NOT null“.

Supported properties:

  1. OKRworkspaceKey – contains all the workspace keys of OKRs linked to a Jira issue.

  2. OKRworkspaceName – contains all the workspace names of OKRs linked to a Jira issue.

  3. OKRcycleTitle – contains all the cycle titles of OKRs linked to a Jira issue.

  4. OKRparentId – contains all the IDs of Objective or Key Results linked to a Jira issue.

  5. OKRparentTitle – contains all the titles of Objective or Key Results linked to a Jira issue.

  6. OKRparentOwner – contains all the owners of all the Objectives or Key Results linked to a Jira issue.

  7. OKRparentGroup – contains all the groups of all the Objectives or Key Results linked to a Jira issue.

  8. OKRowner – contains all the owners of the LINK (check pict below)

  9. OKRgroup – contains all the assigned groups for the LINK (check pict below)

OKRowner/OKR group is populated based on the data from a Link.



Examples:
Find all Jira issues linked to OKRs in the workspace ”Test (TE)”

1 2 OKRWorkspaceKey ~ "TE" OKRWorkspaceName ~ "Test"

Find all Jira issues linked to OKRs in the workspace ”Test (TE)” and without Owner of the parent OKR.

1 OKRWorkspaceKey ~ "TE" and OKRparentOwner is null