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How can I retrieve a list of issues, reported by me but initially assinged to someone else

Hi,

 

I want to know which issues I have reported but assigned to someone else.

I can create an issue filter, filtered on reported = currentuser().

But, how can I filter on the first assignee of the issue is not the currentuser()?

 

Greetings,

Dieter

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Joe Pitt Community Leader Sep 08, 2016

Just do a search with you as reporter

When I only search on reporter I also get the issues I assigned to myself, and these ones I don't want in the result. Only the one I have assigned to other people. Problem is, that when the issues is closed I'm back the assignee for issues I assigned to one of my colleagues. So, I want to filter where the orginal assignee was not me.

 

 

Go into advanced search and say assignee != currentUser()

Worked for me! Thank you :)

Hi,

  1. I create an issue and assign it to a developer.
    1. Assignee = developer
  2. The developer solves the issues that set the issue in QA status
    1. Jira sets the assignee to me
    2. Assignee = me
  3. I test and set the issue on Done
    1. Assignee = me

 

What I want, is a list of issues that I have assigned to developers, also the issues which are done, but the done issues which are are assigned to me and not anymore to the developer.

 

So I want to filter on the original assignee (assignee of first step) and not the current assignee.

Greetings,

 

Dieter

For the skim readers:

reporter = currentUser() AND assignee != currentUser() ORDER BY createdDate DESC

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