You can search Stories and Epics using words and phrases coupled with the following operators.
Finds Stories and/or Epics in a specific Project (may use the Project name or Project ID). For best results, queries for multi-word Project titles should be placed in double quotes.
Finds an Epic by its title or ID, or all Epics containing a word or phrase. It will also return Stories an Epic contains. For best results, queries looking for an exact match should be placed in double quotes.
epic:"create more robot integrations"
Find all Stories in the Epics within a specific Milestone, as well as all Epics in a specific Milestone. For best results, queries for multi-word Milestone titles should be placed in double quotes.
Workflow State Operators
Finds all Stories and/or Epics in a specific workflow state. For best results, queries for multi-word workflow state titles should be placed in double quotes.
state:"ready for dev"
The state: operator can be used with either a Workflow Name (as in the above example) or a Workflow ID.
If you use the Workflow ID, note that it is Team-specific, meaning it will return results only for Stories in a specific team (even if the text-based State name, ex. Unscheduled, is the same across Teams).
In the example below, 500000016 is the Story Workflow State ID for the Unscheduled State in one Team in this Workspace.
If you use the Workflow Name with the operator, state:Unscheduled, it will search for Stories across Teams based on the text of the name. You can see that in addition to the search results returned using 500000016, using the name Unscheduled returns Story results from all Teams in the Workspace.
Searching across Workflow States
In addition to the state: operator, the following operators search Stories and Epics over the different types of workflow states.
Since Stories and Epics can only have one workflow state, using more than one of these operators can yield no results.
Finds all Stories and/or Epics with a specific label. For best results, queries for multi-word labels should be placed in double quotes.
Note: At this time, Stories do not inherit Epic labels. In this example, there are two Epics returned by this search because there is an Epic label also named 'user feedback.'