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tickets created yesterday only - JQL

Hi

I am looking to check if my query fits my requirements correctly. I need to check tickets were created yesterday only, not today breached their SLA:

Will this give me the correct results?

created > -1d AND "Time to Resolution" = breached()

 

 

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Hi @Szymon Pochopien ,

You can try below query. I hope this query may help you.

created < startOfDay() AND created >= startOfDay(-1) and "Time to Resolution" = breached()

Thank you for your quick reply, have a nice day:)

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John Funk Community Leader Jun 21, 2022

Hi Szymon,

That should work. Give it a try and see. 

Confirmed, thank you:)

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