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Syntax of Story point estimation in Advanced Search to get a range of numbers

Sara I'm New Here Apr 07, 2021

Hi, I want to filter my stories and tasks based on Story point estimation, to see the easiest tasks to do. 
e.g. to see the stories which have 1, 2 and 3 as estimation. 
Right now I can only do it by one number at a time.

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Hi @Sara 

Here is an example of JQL that worked for me to see the stories which have 1, 2, 3 as estimation:

project in (Marketing) AND "Story point estimate" <=3

Other option for you: if you don’t know how to set queries, you can try Dynamic Filters: JQL Replacer add-on. It's developed by my team to simplify advanced searches. So you can set the required request with help of Smart Field Manager as shown below: story points.png

Hope it helps.

Regards

Hello @Sara 

Welcome to the community.

This page and the related pages provide information about advanced searching.

https://support.atlassian.com/jira-software-cloud/docs/advanced-search-reference-jql-operators/

If you want to look for issues where a number field is within a range you would add criteria thus:

[field] >= [low end number] and [field] =< [high end number]

If you want to look for issues where the number field is set to any one of a set of specific values you would use the IN operator.

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