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I am looking out to filter my data based on the date it was assigned to a member. But I cannot see assigned date option available. Can we have that?



Ravi Sagar _Sparxsys_
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Feb 07, 2022

Hi @Charu Singhal 

Assignment date is available in the issue history but filtering issue based on assignment date is a bit tricky.

Try this JQL.

assignee changed ON '2022/02/07' TO 12345:sdfsdf99w79wee7r-werwerwewe

Where last part is the account id, which you can find my just doing assignee=... and use the username from the autocomplete.

If you want to report on assignee date then either fetch it from issue history and export it somewhere or use automation rule to write assignee date to a date/time field when assignee is changed.

I hope it helps.


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Feb 07, 2022 • edited

Hi @Charu Singhal 

This JQL should work for you:

assignee changed ON '2022-02-07'

Another option I can suggest is the Issue History app developed by my team. Here you can filter by assignee, project, sprint, etc., and choose the date range you need. 

history of assignee changes.png

Let me know if you have any questions.

Hi @Charu Singhal

I use the below filter to display new tasks assigned to me (in the last week) on my personal dashboard:

assignee in (currentUser()) AND assignee changed after startOfWeek() 

This may serve you if you don't want to have to edit the date manually each time you run the query. You can also use startOfMonth() or startOfYear().


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