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How can I limit a query results to 1?


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Robert Massaioli (Atlassian)
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Jan 04, 2017

If you use the search REST API you can just set the pagination to 1.

But why do you want this? I don't think that JQL currently supports a limit keyword.

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Fabio Racobaldo _Herzum_
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Nov 10, 2022

Hi @Iko Azoulay ,

unfortunately you can't limit a query through a JQL but just in a REST api.


It is a complex answer smile

My first aim is to have context aware boards, meaning when I have a certain board of say epics, I would like to drill down from it to a board of it's tasks/user stories. Since this functionality does not exist, I thought of creating of my own by creating another board with the following query:

lastViewed limit 1. This way when moving from the epic board to the user story board it whould have been easy.

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