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memberOf JQL help

 assignee in memberOf ("Leadership") AND sprint in openSprints()

I'm trying to get this to work. I want a list of all issues in the current sprint who are a member of a group I have called Leadership.

3 answers

Hi @Michael Arndt 

The correct function is membersof(), so the JQL will be 

assignee in membersOf("Leadership") AND sprint in openSprints()


Good luck!

Oh, so I just misspelled it. Lol

Figured it out.


assignee in (membersOf(Leadership)) AND sprint in openSprints() order by created DESC
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Ste Community Leader Sep 17, 2019 • edited

Hi @Michael Arndt

I just replicated this in our instance and it works as described above. Basic checks first:

  • Ensure the users are in that group
  • Ensure they're assigned to an issue in an open sprint (i.e its active) rather than an open sprint which is not started (i.e future sprint)

^ If neither of these work, is it just not returning any results at all?

E: Ack, missed the s on member missing, good catch @Alexsandro Silva_iTMethods_


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