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We have added a new field and want to capture if left empty.

We have added a new field to one of our Jira  project types and I want create a filter to capture if this field is left empty, following a step in the process that requires another field to be populated 


project = "Project Name" AND "Initial Doc Sent" is not EMPTY and assignee = Name and created (after April 01 2022) 

The part in the brackets is what I need assistance on. 


I don't want to go through the historical jira entries that we created before April 1st 20222

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Should be able to just use: 

AND created >= 2022-04-01

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Jack Brickey Community Leader Apr 29, 2022

Try this...

project = "Project Name" AND "Initial Doc Sent" is not EMPTY and assignee = Name and Created > 2022-04-01 

note that you mentioned you wanted to track if the issue was left empty. The above returns everything that is not empty. I assume that's what you want but it conflicts with what you asked above.

@Jack Brickey - Thanks for the advice, the last bit was indeed the bit I needed and the wells potted is not EMPTY instead of is EMPTY, i had already spotted, but thanks for the assistance 

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