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Trying to create a query to find all the tickets I have touched

I have already created the query below but I am also trying to find tickets I have added labels and/or components. Is this possible?

issueFunction in commented("by XXXX") OR status changed by (XXXX) OR worklogAuthor = XXXX OR assignee was in (XXXX) OR reporter was in (XXXX) OR fixVersion changed by (XXXX) ORDER BY created ASC

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Guilhem Dupuy Community Leader Dec 18, 2020

Hi Mykle, 

Yes, you can do it by adding this to you query :

labels IS NOT Empty OR component IS NOT empty


Let me know if it helped,


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what if an issues was assigned to 3 different people and if the task was completed by the last person it was assigned to you. on that time you will not get these issues. may be add this too

Yes, that is the issue I am running into. Many tickets I "touched" by adding labels/components and assigning but since I didn't make a comment and there was no status change, it is not captured in my query.

Daniel Ebers Community Leader Dec 25, 2020

You are right. There are question to accomplish such from time to time in Community.
It is always "working towards the goal" but I think you are close to what you are looking for.

For the change in Assignees (Issues you assigned to a different individual) it think the following could work:

assignee changed by currentuser() after -8d

You can change the duration to look at as usual.

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