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Searching for requests by time (NOT date, just the time) of 1st transition to "Waiting For Support"

Hi. To identify bottlenecks and late requests, I need to be able to identify requests that come through to us based on the absolute time that they first transitioned into "Waiting for Support."

I want to be able to run a quick search along the lines of

{Project = X and WaitingForSupport > 16:00} for example...

 

... so I can see what requests come in after 17:00 etc etc

If anyone can advise how this might be achieved that would be great. 

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Hello,

 

You can may be create a date/time customfield and add it to your screen.

Add a postfunction that will automatically fill the field with the date of the transition. 

Create a jql that like:

Customfield date > startofday("+16h").

The start of day is midnight so with this query you will be able to find issue where the date in the field is bigger that 16:00.

Some documentation here  about startofday() :

https://confluence.atlassian.com/jirasoftwarecloud/advanced-searching-functions-reference-764478342.html#Advancedsearching-functionsreference-startOfDay

Hope this helps

The above answer only works for current day.

You can use Power Scripts for Jira

https://marketplace.atlassian.com/apps/43318/power-scripts-jira-script-automation?hosting=server&tab=overview

For example

key in silJQLExpression("(dayOfWeek(created) == \"Sat\") or (dayOfWeek(created) == \"Sun\") or (hour(created) >=19) or (hour (created) <= 6) ", "project = SD and created >= 2019-01-01 and created < 2019-10-01")

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