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JQL query showing all tickets currentUser has logged time on

Deleted user Jul 12, 2021

I can't seem to find a valid JQL query for this. I want to be able to see all tickets for which I personally logged time, even if they are not assigned to me.


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Deleted user Jul 12, 2021

Found it:


worklogAuthor = currentUser() AND updatedDate >= startOfMonth()

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Jul 12, 2021

Hi @[deleted] ,

Thanks for sharing answer to your own.

Not sure why you have mentioned - updatedDate >= startOfMonth() , are you looking to find the work logged for the current month? This was not mentioned in the problem statement itself. 

Happy to hear from you.



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Deleted user Jul 22, 2021

Yes in this case I was only interested in work since the start of the month. Have a lovely week!

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