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Priority updated using JQL

Hi

I want to identify all the issues in my JIRA which has updated its priority from P2 to P1 in past 6 months.

Is this possible?

 

Rahul

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Use the "Changed" operator.

https://confluence.atlassian.com/jira063/advanced-searching-operators-reference-683542529.html#AdvancedSearching-OperatorsReference-CHANGED

Your query would look like "priority changed FROM "P1" TO "P2" ("date1", "date2")

The "Changed" operator is genious to find out your issues by JQL! Unfortunately it doesn't work with components.

It works with components too. I tried and tested it.

Works like a charm.

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