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Is it possible to search for an issue that has changed its issue type?

Hi all, similar to title, basically want to check for all issues of a project that used to be issue type story, but was converted to a task/epic etc.

If it helps, I do have script runner.

Thanks heaps.


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Y Dang
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Oct 16, 2023

Hi @Calvin

By using JQL, the CHANGED operator doesn't support for the field Issue type, so we can not use this way to check for issue has changed issue type in a project 

I think that you need some form of marketplace app to find history of issue. There is an app on Marketplace which is Issue History. You can get a list of issues (as on the screen below) with all changes including Issue Type.


Kind regards,

Y Dang 

Thanks Y Dang, you're right, best I can do is use the CHANGED operator on a status that doesn't exist in for the other issue type. Otherwise it looks like a marketplace app is the only other way. Cheers

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