Issue Updates JQL functions

The instructions on this page describe how to execute a JQL search using JQL Search Extensions.

 

Issue Updates JQL Aliases

UpdatedByUsersCount

Search for issues which were updated by a particular number of users. 

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EXAMPLES

Find issues updated by more than 5 users. 

1 updatedByUsersCount > 5

 

UpdatedBy

Search for issues which were updated by a particular user/users. 

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EXAMPLES

Find issues which were updated by Helen or Daniel:

1 updatedBy in ("helen", "daniel")

 

TransitionedBy

Search for issues which were transitioned by a particular user/users. 

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Find issues which were transitioned by Helen or Daniel:

1 transitionedBy in ("daniel", "helen")

 

LoggedTimeBy

Search for issues on which particular users reported time. 

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EXAMPLES

Find issues on which Helen or Daniel reported time. 

1 loggedTimeBy in ("daniel", "helen")

 

UpdatedOnDates

Search for issues which were updated on a particular date. This keyword works with date related JQL functions:

  • endOfDay()

  • endOfMonth()

  • endOfWeek()

  • endOfYear()

  • lastLogin()

  • now()

  • startOfDay()

  • startOfMonth()

  • startOfWeek()

  • startOfYear()

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EXAMPLES

Find issues which were updated between midnight 1 June and midnight 2 June.

1 2 updatedOnDates>="2020/06/01" AND updatedOnDates<"2020/06/02" updatedOnDates < now()

 

LastUpdatedBy

Search for issues that were last updated by a particular user. 

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Find issues that were last updated by admin. 

1 lastUpdatedBy="admin"

 

MovedProjects

Search for issues which were moved between projects. 

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EXAMPLES

Find issues which belonged to a different project and were moved. For instance, the following query finds issues which were in projects SEARCH and DATA. 

1 movedProjects in ("SEARCH", "DATA")

Warning: Due to Jira plugin system limitation it is impossible to build a command which supports searching from/to. The query will find all issues which were in SEARCH or DATA at some point. 

 

MovedProjectsCount

Search for issues which were moved between a number of projects. 

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EXAMPLES

Find issues which were moved between 2 or more projects. 

1 movedProjectsCount >= 2