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I am actually confused what would jira consider when I select updated date in filter.
When I close the sprint every pending Issue will be carry forwarded to next sprint which will update sprint field. Will it be considered as an update?
I actually wanted to filter out the issues that have been in X status for X days with out any status update.
When using the "updated" field in a filter you will be considering the Updated field in the issues. That field is shown here below the panels on the right side of the issue view.
Pretty much every change you can make to an issue will cause the Updated field to be modified.
With built in filtering capabilities you can't construct a filter that looks for issues that have been in a status for a given number of days.
You can check for issues that are in a specified status and have not had a status change since a specified explicit or relative date.
status=X and status was not changed after startOfDay(-number of days)
My apologies. I have a syntax error in there. It should be:
status=X and not status changed after startOfDay(-number of days)