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How can I use (startOfWeek(-1w), endOfWeek(-1w)) on JQL?

I'm trying to use a JQL solution to find all the work done by a single developer in the past week but I don't know exactly how it works.

assignee = XXX AND status was "In Progress" DURING (startOfWeek(-1w), endOfWeek(-1w))

Should I use "W" or "D" on time range? I mean, when I use "W" to measure time, on what day the week starts for JIRA? 

What happens if I use something like "-3d" inside of these functions?

Can I use signals like + too?

If the community already have a page to teach about it, please share with me.

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BryanT Community Leader Apr 16, 2019

Hi Alison,

Welcome to the community. This is a bit of an older post but the last answer on this post has a pretty decent example of what using d (days) does for start and end of week.

Thank you Bryan.

According to Rebeca's example in this link, if I use "1d, 2d, 3d..." I'm adding +1 or more days to the start date of the week and if I use "-1d, -2d, -3d..." I'm removing?


Start date = Sunday

+1 = Monday

-1 = Saturday

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BryanT Community Leader Apr 16, 2019

Yes from my understanding your example makes sense.

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