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Jira Core: Filter which shows Tickets updated <24h by other users Edited

hello community,

 

i want to build a filter that shows my Tickets which was updated <24h by other users (except myself).

i startet with this approach:

assignee in (currentUser()) AND resolution = Unresolved AND (created >= -24h OR updated >= -24h) ORDER BY updated DESC

But the upper statement shows also the tickets which are changed by myself.

any suggestions?

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Finally i found this solution: 

status CHANGED DURING (-24h, -1m) BY currentUser()

 

Hi B W

 

 With "JQL Search Extensions" you could search issues updated by an user or users group. Maybe this could be useful for you if this others users are part of some groups.  However I am not sure how you can search by all users except yours. 

 

issue in updatedByUser("membersOf(employees)")

Thank you. We will think about buying JQL Search Extensions.

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Hi,

-edit, missread-

OOTB you cannot filter on the user who updated the issue ; alternatively you could filter on who changed the status : 

NOT status CHANGED BY currentUser()

Antoine

Hi,

thank you for your answer.

Your statement doesent show tickets which are edited from me at any time, so it is not correct.

 

Thank you anyway

Antoine Berry Community Leader Oct 01, 2019

Indeed, you asked for issues edited by other users.

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