Friday, 17 February 2017

How to find issues that at some point has been assigned to you in JIRA?

This is meanwhile possible by means of the JIRA Query Language (JQL)

A simple query in JQL (also known as a 'clause') consists of a field, followed by an operator, followed by one or more values or functions. For example:
project = "TEST"
This query will find all issues in the "TEST" project. It uses the "project" field, the EQUALS operator, and the value "TEST".

But here you find out all issue which has been assigned to you(current user) then your query look likes below:
project = "TEST" AND assignee = currentuser()
This query will find all issues in the "TEST" project where the assignee is the currently logged in user. It uses the "project" field, the EQUALS operator, the value "TEST",the "AND" keyword and the "currentuser()" function.

Or you can use 'WAS' operator, which has been introduced in JIRA 4.3 and extended in JIRA 4.4 to cover assignees and reporters as well, for example:
project = "TEST" and (assignee was 'vikas' or reporter was 'vikas')

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