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How to find the issues/fix versions released during a time period


I am looking to find out all the issues and fix versions released during a time period for all the projects. This is required for our internal audit

Unfortunately, Release date is not a field and hence I am unable to use it in a JQL.

In the example attached, I can see several versions released from Sep 10th to oct 8th and we have to go to each of the versions to find out the issues. And then we have to repeat that process for each project.

However, in our production we have a lot of projects, versions and issues. Management and audit team needs a report of all the issues at one place

Is there a way to pull that information?Releases3.png


I think there's no way to do that.

However, you can check the Jira fields reference at:

For instance, you can have a JQL like this:

fixVersion in releasedVersions() AND (resolved >  "2020/09/01"   and resolved <  "2020/09/30")

This would show all the issues resolved in September 2020 and included in any released version.

Like Sai Patnala likes this

Hi @Sai Patnala  -- Welcome to the Atlassian Community!

Agreeing that there is no built-in way to do this with Jira Cloud...primarily because JQL is not a true SQL and so you cannot join between issue and version information. What can you do...

There appear to be marketplace add-ons (for purchase) which provide improved release/version handling.

Or, you could use custom fields and automation rules to make your own:

  • Looking at the version fields, add custom fields to issues for what you want to capture.  For example, Version Release Date
  • Use automation rules such that when a version is released, it updates the associated issues with the version's released date
    • Trigger: version released
    • Branch: issues within the version
      • Action: edit your field to save the version released date
  • Whenever you want, you can now filter on the custom field to find the issues released within a time range


Best regards,



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