I have a personal search that I would like to share on our local JIRA. One clause in the search is key in workedIssues("fromdate","todate", "user"), with the user being my actual name. Now, I would like to share this, so obviously the "user" needs to be the user of the person running the search... basically the currentuser(), however I am only allowed to enter a "user or group" in this search.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Thank you for your suggestion, however this will not return the same result. I don't want to return the issues the current user was assigned to, but rather, the issues s/he has logged work on.We routinely have scenarios where a number of individuals would have logged work on a particular issue, but it would be assigned to only one person (e.g. a team leader).
the key in workedIssues does this, but I am forced to specify the user and cannot use currentuser()
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