I want to run this JQL query using a JIRA() function in a Google Sheet:
project=JEDI AND issuetype="technical task"
I have tried unsuccessfully:
JIRA("project=JEDI and issuetype=technical task", "story points", 0,100)
JIRA("project=JEDI and issuetype=\"technical task\"", "story points", 0,100)
Question: what is the grammar when you have spaces in the JQL ?
Note: the JIRA() function is able to handle spaces in column names like "story points"!
Hello @Edwin Meijer ,
In order to be able to use composed properties names (multiple words separated by spaces) in the =JIRA() function you have to surround them with single quotes as shown in below screenshot:
So, in your case:
=JIRA("project=JEDI AND issuetype='technical task'")
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