I want to get an overview of all the stories in the backlog that has not yet been estimated with Story Points, so I'm looking for help creating a query that will do just that.
In another thread https://community.atlassian.com/t5/Jira-questions/I-need-to-query-my-project-for-all-stories-with-no-story-points/qaq-p/280229 it was suggested to use "Story points" is empty, but that doesn't work for me...
Funnily, I can filter all the estimated stories with query: "Story Points" > 0, but it doesn't work to reverse it with "Story Points" < 1 to see all the unestimated stories.
Hello @Bjarke Brint
As suggested by @Thomas Schlegel below JQL should fetch all the unestimated stories (story points field should be mapped to the project context in the custom field configuration)
"Story Points" is empty
should work, if it's not working then I suggest you to do a reindex of project or the instance and check the results again
OK, this looks weird:
In the backlog the Story Points appear if they are assigned as shown in the attachment above reply to @Thomas Schlegel.
But in the detail view the SPs show up only in the Estimate field, and its says "None" in the Story Points field. (1st attachment)
But then, if I open the issue in another tab it shows up in the Story Points field. (2nd attachment)
I'm a bit lost here, I must admit.
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