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Need assistance with JQL

Trying to come up with the correct JQL query for all bugs that don't have "Triaged" as one of their labels, which should include bugs who have no labels at all. 

I have tried:

type = Bug AND labels != "Triaged"

type = Bug and labels not in (Triaged)



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Hi Mark,

type = BUG AND (labels != Triaged OR labels is Empty)

should do the trick

There could potentially be other labels like customer names etc. 

That would return you all Bugs which have 

1. any label but "Triaged" or

2. no label at all

Isn't that what you wanted?

If you had a label "Mark" (and not Triaged in the same ticket) it would return the ticket.

If you want to exclude multiple labels:

type = Bug AND (labels not in (Triaged, label2, label 3) OR labels is Empty)

Hope that explanation helps

That did the trick thank you.

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