Features belong to releases. This means that if you want to create one then you must scope it to a release.
You can return a result set which is unfiltered, or filter by release , product , or epic. All these means of listing features can be further filtered by specific criteria like name, modification date, tag, or assignee.
List features in an epic
Numeric ID or key of the epic
Search term to match against feature name
UTC timestamp (in ISO8601 format). If provided, only features updated after the timestamp will be returned
String tag value. If provided, only features with the associated tag will be returned
ID or email address of a user. If provided, only features assigned to that user will be returned
Example CURL command
curl -g "https://company.aha.io/api/v1/epics/PRJ1-E-1/features" -X GET \ -H "Authorization: Bearer 15b60d42d4bc417284a246ced6877b0bf13fb4aca415f7b55f7006bc3694a8ab" \ -H "Content-Type: application/json" \ -H "Accept: application/json"
authorization: Bearer 15b60d42d4bc417284a246ced6877b0bf13fb4aca415f7b55f7006bc3694a8ab
Status: 200 OK
contentType: application/json; charset=utf-8