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LaunchDarkly Integration - Can you write JQL?

Using the LaunchDarkly Integration with the "Releases" Panel. I want to be able to find the issues that *do* or *don't* have a flag connected. Is there a way to do that?

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@Shelley Rueger  I've done this by 

Does have a flag connected:

flagKey is not EMPTY

 Does NOT have a flag connected:

flagKey is EMPTY

The flagEnabled suggested above works if a flag is ON in some environment, but if a ticket is connected but the flag is not on, it would not return.

Hi @Shelley Rueger 

Did you get any further with this? I'm looking at the same problem and a previous solution of 

flagEnabled ~ "true"

works for me. Ideally, I'd like to do more, but it's a start. 

Hi @Shelley Rueger 

I am not using this add-on, and I didn't see anything in community posts about answers to your question.  You may want to contact the vendor's support directly for this request.  Here is their information from the markeplace:

Best regards,


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