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I want to track how many times the date has been changed for certain issues as well I need also to see the old and new dates (note that the dates may change multiple times), is there a way to do this?
Thanks in advance
Hey @Faten.Kutbi ,
The old vs new dates you can always see in the history of the issue.
With regards to the count of how many times they changed, the easiest might be to create an automaton that trigger on an issue edited and then uses an if condition on that specific field changed.
If so, you just add 1 to a counter in a new custom field.
How/What exactly would you like to filter on in this use case?
There is a WAS operator you can use in JQL if that fits your need?
I'm afraid that's not gonna be possible. A dashboard column like that is each time a field.
What you could try (as a bit of a "hack") is create a text field? and each time the date changes you add that date on a list with an automation (could be the same automation to count).
Something like "end date changes" which then contains
10/6/2022 - 20/6/2022 - 1/7/2022 - ... this way they can see all the changed dates but it's in a single text field.
That's just something from the top of my head..
You can filter issue history only in some cases:
If you're ok with third-party solutions, I can suggest Issue History for Jira. Here you can filter and monitor any standard or custom field. Just add it to the grid's columns and watch the changes.
Example with due dates field:
You can also export the report to XLSX or CSV files and calculate how many times the date has been changed.
The add-on is developed by my team, let me know if you have any questions.
If you're not sure whether it meets your case, there is a 30-day free trial to check.