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How to write a JQL to find issues status Not changed for more than one week?

I want to find out any JIRA issues that the status has not being changed for more than a week. I tried below but it crashed my Kanban board with timeout issue

status="In Progress" AND not status changed after -1w

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Try just doing the following

not status changed -1w


project=XXX AND not updated >= -7d and status not in(Accepted,Discarded,Deleted,Deployed)

Updated does not mean that status hasn't changed. That's not what's being asked. I can add a comment and the issue has been updated.

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You could try this JQL: 


status="In Progress" and NOT status changed BEFORE 1w 

I am using Jira v6.3.12 but this JQL doesn't work. If I use this query in my Kanban board, it even timeout the whole board.

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