How to check issues updated by me in specific date range ?

Sagar Mali March 13, 2024

I want to check issues updated by me within specific dates, how to check this part ?

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John Funk
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March 14, 2024

Hi Sager, 

Try using: issuekey in updatedBy(john.funk, 2024-03-01, 2024-03-31)

You can just replace with your username and substitute the values of the dates as needed. 

The above query will get all issues updated by me during the month of March. 

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Trudy Claspill
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March 13, 2024

Hello @Sagar Mali 

You can use the updatedBy() function in a an advanced JQL statement:

https://support.atlassian.com/jira-software-cloud/docs/jql-functions/#updatedBy--

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Kishan Sharma
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March 13, 2024

Hi @Sagar Mali 

You can use JQL to search for issues update by you between two dates -

example -
assignee= currentUser() and updated>= 2024-03-10 AND updated<= 2024-03-14 

To use advanced search or JQL to find your issues:

  1. Select Search 🔍 in the navigation bar (or press / on your keyboard). Alternatively, select Filters in the navigation bar.

  2. Select View all issues.

    • If the basic search is shown instead of the advanced search, select JQL (next to the 🔍  icon). If advanced or JQL search is already enabled, you'll see the option to switch to basic.

  3. Enter your JQL query.

  4. Press Enter or select 🔍 to run your query. Your search results will be displayed based on the criteria in your JQL query.

Trudy Claspill
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March 13, 2024

@Kishan Sharma 

That JQL searches for issues assigned to the current user now that have also been updated in the specified date range by anybody. It does not limit the results to issue updated by a particular user.

Kishan Sharma
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March 14, 2024

You are right @Trudy Claspill , updatedBy() function is the best choice here.

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