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How to find all issues which priorities have been increased (with custom priority list)?


I have a query like:
issuetype = "Change Initiative" AND status in ("to be started") AND priority changed before -30d ORDER BY priority DESC

I would like to add a criteria on priority to get only issues whose "priority has been increased" in the same period of time (last 30 days). 
However, I need to avoid the "From / To" statement since we use a custom priority list with many options (within 3 months, within 2 years, within 1 year, within 6 months, imminent, etc) and therefore it is not possible to describe such increase correctly with the from/to operators and multiple values. 

Any idea?
Thanks a lot in advance!

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Fabio Racobaldo _Herzum_
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Mar 05, 2023

Hey @Clement ,

unfortunately there is not a specific function for this.

You can use something like :

(priority was "Low" and priority = High) OR (priority was "Low" and priority = Medium)

but you need to combine all the possible options.

Hope this helps,


Thanks Fabio.
Unfortunately I have too many options for that to work :/

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