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When a project name or an issue type's name contains white space, how can I smart query then? For example issuetype = "New Feature" works fine in advanced mode, but what about doing it 'smart'?

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Projects: Just use the project key. Like, if you have a project name "Workflow Test Facilitator", you could just search for its project key WTF

Issue Type: Not possible AFAIK. Use normal filter searches instead of the quick search thing.

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