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can you report on resolved date?

Can you report on resolved date? I would like to see what was resolved last month for example.

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Mikael Sandberg Community Leader Dec 15, 2022

Yes, you can create filter for the resolved date. Here is an example that would give you all resolved issues within the past 30 days:

"Resolved At" >= -30d

To get all resolved issues from last month you can use this JQL:

"Resolved At" >= startOfMonth(-1) AND "Resolved At" <= endOfMonth(-1)

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Hello @Stefanie Sullivan 

I'm not sure if I understand your question, but if you want to know the number of issues resolved in the last month, use this:

resolved >= startOfMonth(-1) AND resolved <= endOfMonth(-1)

is there any way to align resolution date to sprint start and end dates?

Mikael Sandberg Community Leader Dec 15, 2022

You could, but you would have to use rest api to get the start date and end date of the sprint, that is not something that is exposed to JQL, it can only search on closedSprints() and openSprints().

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