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Filter action by user

Hi all, hope i can find a solution to:

I want to create a filter where the project = X where the issues are set to Done a certain date by the user Y…how do I proceed? Is this possible?

 

Thanks!

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Alex Koxaras Community Leader Oct 05, 2021

Hi @Peter Fahlstrom 

Try something like this:

status CHANGED TO "Done" DURING(startOfMonth(-1), now()) BY username

Of course make the necessary changes to the above JQL to fit your needs. Please read also this documentation

Thanks Alex, for some strange reason the JQL does not recognize the username despite the fact it is correct...

Alex Koxaras Community Leader Oct 05, 2021

What message do you get?

The user 'X' does not exist and cannot be used in the 'by' predicate.

Alex Koxaras Community Leader Oct 05, 2021

Pete, I confirm that BY and username doesn't work. However, it works by placing the user id. To find the user id, go back to basic search, and select as e.g. assignee that user. Once you've done this, go back to jql. Now you will get something like

assignee in (5f9fb7c1c2e5390077abf628)

Copy this id to the above statement. Final JQL should look like this:

status CHANGED TO "Done" DURING(startOfMonth(-1), now()) BY 5f9fb7c1c2e5390077abf628

This worked well Alex, thanks!

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Alex Koxaras Community Leader Oct 05, 2021

Nice! :D

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Hi,

You can try this:

status changed TO "Done" by USERNAME DURING (YOURDATE1, YOURDATE2)

 

https://confluence.atlassian.com/jirasoftwareserver/advanced-searching-939938733.html

Thanks for your input Mohamed, i like the idea of a data range in your query, will be useful!

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