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Query issues with changed status in the last 2 days

Following advice of some other answers in this forum - like this one - I tried writing a JQL query that would return all issues that have their status changed from TO DO to IN PROGRESS within the last 2 days, like so:

status changed FROM "To Do" TO "In Progress" AFTER "-2d"

However, I get no results, even though I am certain there are issues that would meet the query. What am I doing wrong?

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Hi @Artūras Rimkus 

This JQL works for me.

Do you want only to show a list of issues or return to some status?

Hi. I just need the list of issues. And the fact that it works for you is both reassuring and confusing... :)

If you don't find another solution, you can try the Dynamic Filter app (developed by my team). It allows creating advanced filters for next-gen and classic projects. To filter the issue list by your request, do such steps:

1. Add Smart Field



2. Create a Dynamic filter by adding before created Smart Fields. And save it (optionally, you can save it for Jira filters).


Hope, you will find the best solution for yourself. 

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