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what issues did I transition from "open" to "in-progress"

I want to know issues I worked on, during a specific release.

My workflow is: Open-> In Progress-> Code Review-> QA-> Done

 

I want to know issues which I moved from the status "In progress" to "Code Review" only.(basically want to filter out issues which I did a code review for)

 

I am using JIRA cloud

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Lakshmi, here is your JQL code:

Project = <projectkey> AND Status CHANGED FROM "In Progress" TO "Code Review" BY currentUser()

you may want to read more here: https://confluence.atlassian.com/jiracore/blog/2015/07/search-jira-like-a-boss-with-jql

Thanks Vitaliy - this works perfectly!

@vitaliy zapolsk1 Can you help regarding JQL code? I followed instructions and seem to be nota having that much luck. my JQL code looks like this:

Project = BSS AND Status CHANGED FROM "INTERNAL QA" TO "INTERNAL QC"

But it returns this: 

No issues were found to match your search

Do you have any proposal how to get some "matches"?

 

Thanks,

d.

Lakshmi, try something like this:

project = PROJECT and issuetype = story and
(Status CHANGED FROM "In Progress" TO "Code Review" BY currentUser()) and
(assignee changed from currentUser() by currentUser() ) and
(status changed from OLDSTATUS to NEWSTATUS by currentUser())

You can also specify time, for example:

project = PROJECT and issuetype = story and
(Status CHANGED FROM "In Progress" TO "Code Review" BY currentUser())
and
(assignee changed from currentUser() by currentUser() )
and
(status changed from OLDSTATUS to NEWSTATUS by currentUser())

 
 

Thanks Galina for your response. Vitaliy's query is a subset of yours and also does the same thing, so I am inclined to take the shorter query smile

Lakshmi, if you have JQL search access in your JIRA cloud, you can use the following JQL:

status = "Code Review" and status was "In Progress"

 

Hope it helps!

Jannu, let me explain with the following example

a.Story A1 is in status 'In progress' and assigned to me

b.Story A2 was in status 'In progress' and assigned to me, which I completed and assigned to someone else for 'Code review'. A2 can be in any state now.

c. Story A3 was in status 'In progress' and assigned to someone else, but assigned to me now for 'Code review'

d. Story A4 was in status 'In progress' and assigned to someone else, but assigned to me for 'Code review' which I completed and assigned to QA

e. Story A5 was in status 'in progress' and assigned to someone else,  assigned to someone else for 'Code review' 

 

I only want to see A2

 

Your query would retrieve more results from what I understand.

Seems similar to https://answers.atlassian.com/questions/39849  except that I want issues in a specific state only

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