Your JQL query looks almost correct:
resolution is EMPTY AND reporter in organizationMembers("Organization name")
You can use reporter or creator (In Jira Service Management, quite often, agents raise a request on behalf of the Customer so probably "reporter" would be more suited)
Thank you Piotr!
Just to clarify the creator is an external user (customer, employee) and the reporter would be the agent acting on behalf of the customer (ex. Helpdesk agent(also employee however working in Helpdesk) creating an issue based on the customer request). Am I correct here
Well, another way around. The creator is the person who physically creates the ticket (you cannot change it directly from the Jira interface).
If the Customer creates the ticket himself, he will become its Creator and Reporter. When an agent raises a request on behalf of a Customer, the agent will become the issue creator and the Customer will become the reporter.
Sure, If anyone can benefit, I will post a few others.
1. I need to view a list of all tickets where it is possible to meet the time to fast response SLA within the next six hours.
Not sure if my proposal below is correct:
"Time to fast response" < remaining("6h") AND "Time to First Response" != breached
2. I need to find all tickets where the SLA time to First response has run for more than six hours and is still running
Would this sort this out:
"Time to First Response" > elpased ("2h") AND "Time to First Response" = running()
Sorry, I couldn't reply earlier.
As for your questions:
1. You are almost correct (some typo I believe). It should be:
"Time to First Response" < remaining("6h") AND "Time to First Response" != breached()
It will show all requests that may miss their goal in the next 6h but have not breached it yet.
2. It depends on how you interpret "running"
"Time to First Response" > elapsed("2h") AND "Time to First Response" = running()
This query will find all issues which SLA run for at least 2h and are still running. If their SLA will be paused, they will not show under this query.
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