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Filter Last Updated by issues based on Groups

We want to filter issues Updated by based on Groups.

We are able to see Last Updated by particular user using

issue in updatedBy("UserName")

Instead of Single user we want to filter issues based on Jira Groups.

 

Thanks in advance

Madhu

 

3 comments

Niranjan Rising Star Oct 01, 2020

Hi @Madhu mullangi ,

UpdatedBy() supports only specific users but not groups.

updatedBy(user)
updatedBy(user, dateFrom)
updatedBy(user, dateFrom, dateTo)

 

https://confluence.atlassian.com/display/JIRASOFTWARESERVER083/Advanced+searching+-+functions+reference

Search for issues that were updated by a specific user, optionally within the specified time range. An update in this case includes creating an issue, updating any of the issue's fields, creating or deleting a comment, or editing a comment (only the last edit). 

Hi - Did this ever get added as a feature? Being able to query last updated by, by a specific group?

This would be useful for us.   Something like the following:

Issue in updatedBy(membersOf("YourJiraGroup"),-5d)

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Yes this would be really helpful!

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