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How to filter Jira items which are without description?

If there are some epics or stories which are without description, then how to filter them by using JQL?

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HI @Muskan Shaikh 

Welcome to the community!

Check with the below JQl...

description is EMPTY and ( issuetype = Epic or issuetype = Story )


Thanks, It worked.

Thanks @Yogesh Mude it save my time :-)

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Hi Muskan,

You can enter the following JQL in the advanced mode:


description is EMPTY






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Ollie Guan Community Leader Jan 27, 2020

Hello @Muskan Shaikh ,


project = ABC and description is EMPTY

Thanks, It worked.

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Ganesh Babu Community Leader Jan 27, 2020

Hi @Muskan Shaikh 

you can try with "description ~ null" 

and append the issuetype which you are looking for.

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