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I need to find the list of labels being used in the project. Some suggested to use the gadgets but i cant find the gadgets(maybe they are not enabled) to get the list, can someone suggest a better way.
It is called Labels Gadget. You can add it to your dashboard and filter labels for a project in the settings of the gadget.
Usually Jira does not load all gadgets when you try to add a gadget. there is a button on the adding screen "Load all gadgets". Click it.
@Yunhua Hu you can always just do a normal search and use a jql like:
issuetype = test and labels is not EMPTY
You can save that filter, use it in a dashboard or just export your results
*to note - this does not mean that some of the labels are NOT used in other types as well, so be mindful of that*
you could also just do a filter, if you didn't want to build a Dashboard.
Query would be similar to this:
Project = "ProjectName" and labels != EMPTY
You can limit the columns to whatever you want/don't want to see, and voila. Quick and easy, you can export it if you want to csv, etc.
There is a hard-code solution - SQL query to database.