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What is a query to pull Epics a team has been working on from July 2021 to present in Jira?

I am looking to pull all the epics my team has been working on since July 2021 till date. This includes all statuses for the epics not just done epics.

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Bill Sheboy
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Sep 21, 2022

Hi @Ernest Nji 

How do you know your team has been working on the epic?

For example, if the team is only using one Jira project and they update the epics as they work on them, you could us a JQL statement like this, substituting in your own project's name:

project = myProjectName AND issueType = Epic AND updated >= "2021-07-01"


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This is helpful. Thanks @Bill Sheboy 

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