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Query issues in version with start date or end date in a specific month

I need to query Jira to find Version Start Date and End Date for any and all Versions released in a particular month (e.g., current month, last month, etc.).

Alternatively, can I query Jira to find issues belonging to a version whose Start Date and/or End Date are in a particular month?


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Hi, @Shawn Wallack !

Of course you can, for example -

fixVersion in releaseDate("after 2019-10-18") and fixVersion in releaseDate("before 2019-10-26")

the same logic you can use with:

 fixVersion in startDate()

fixVersion in releaseDate()

fixVersion in overdue()

Feel free to contact, if you have any questions.  

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