I would like to find a project issue that meets the following criteria:
All projects must create an issue with the same title.
For example, suppose a project needs to have an issue called "Man". How do you find a project that does not contain that issue?
I can find projects with issues including "Man".
Conversely, I can't find a project with an issue that doesn't include "Man".
Please help me.
ps. Would you reply to me to "firstname.lastname@example.org" ?
Hi @Jason Y. - Welcome to the Atlassian Community!
There's probably not a straight forward way to do this. If you go the route of summary !~ "Man" you will get a list of all of the issues that don't have "Man" in the summary, but I imagine you have LOTS of other issues in a project that meet that criteria.
So, I would suggest that you create a filter like Nisha describe, but maybe even add in AND Project in (ABC, DEF, etc.) just so it doesn't show projects that don't apply.
Then I would create a dashboard and add a gadget for Issue Statistics with the Issue Statistic being Project. That will show you a list of Projects that do not have the value.
Of course, all of this is based around what the actual value is and whether you can easily verify via the ~ function.
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