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Release using date range

I'm using JIRA next-gen project.  

I see that next-gen says to add the version into the 'fix version' field for each issue or in backlog drop and drag. Then release.

From my previous use of JIRA I could select a date range for a release and issues within that range that are 'DONE' will be released.  Does next-gen do this or is this a configuration issue and if so, how do I implement this, as it doesn't seem to work?

cheers

Martin

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Hey Martin,

I don't recall seeing that in my use of next-gen. To do this though you could find all issues resolved within the time frame eg project = xyz and resolved > "2020/12/08 00:00" AND resolved < "20206/12/12 00:00"

Then perform a bulk change and add the fix version that way?

that search didnt work?

ive now released by dragging one done issue at a time. Then i released and even archived but they still appear as done on the board??

Oh that sounds painful! Ahhh yeah just checking a next-gen project and that JQL won't work :( 

You could try this one

project = "XYZ" AND status = Done and resolutiondate <= 30d

That shows all "done" items in the last 30 days, you could refine that if you wish. 

Also re next-gen versioning - it doesn't remove the task when you release the version like in classic (on kanban), however giving the new automation function a go could perhaps give you what you want?

automation screen shot.PNG

where do I find the new automated function?

It should be visible to access via that icon on the top right of your screen, or you should be able to access it under Project Settings > Apps > Project automation 

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