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JQL query showing all tickets currentUser has logged time on

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

Hi @Daniel Edesvik ,

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.

Cheers

Suvradip

Like Steffen Wrenzycki likes this

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

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