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Which field to use ranking Jira issues with multiple filters?

This is my filter query:

assignee in (currentUser()) AND project = GJP AND issuetype in standardIssueTypes() AND status in ("In Review", Pending, Reopened, TODO, "Work in progress") AND labels in ("Default", Learning, Regular, Support, Transcation, Trending) ORDER BY due ASC, priority DESC

 

So, according to above query, 10 issues are coming in the list. 5 out of 10, which is coming on top of list and matching with ORDER BY. Because Due date and Priority are same for all 5 issues.

 

Now, my question: Out of 5 which has everything same [due date and priority], I want one more field, which even give more priority-ranking, and should indicate that that which one to complete first. like for example  for all 5 issues, I want to give number 1,2,3,4,5. So that first I can complete number 1 issue, then 2 and so on...!

 

Can you please advise what should I do for that?

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Hi @Jimmy Trivedi 

You could use Rank ASC?

Rank ASC will order the Issues as they appear in your Board/Backlog, from highest to lowest. If the Issues are already in order on your Board - that could be a simple solution.

So your JQL might look like...

...ORDER BY due ASC, priority DESC, Rank ASC

I'd be careful with using number fields for prioritisation. These can get complicated - for example if you had 100 issues numbered 1-100, and then needed to add an Issue at 62, there's lots of other Issues you'd also need to edit!

To see more information about how Rank works across your wider Jira instance - see this help page: https://support.atlassian.com/jira-software-cloud/docs/rank-an-issue/

Ste

Hi Thanks for the reply, but I'm not able to modify it, please check 3 screenshot.Screenshot 2023-01-22 at 19.23.12.pngScreenshot 2023-01-22 at 19.24.53.pngScreenshot 2023-01-22 at 19.25.12.png

The ranking is used in the backlog to do the click and drag to rearrange the order of the issues in your backlog. 

You can not edit it directly, because Jira can't risk a human entering a duplicate value.  It's generally not even displayed to us because it is not a human-friendly format.

Nevertheless, ranking is the best way to do what you want.  The way I think of it is that "priority is a great piece of information to inform ranking, but it can not dictate it"

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