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How to filter based on changes for a field

How do I filter (create jql) for changes made in any particular field in JIRA? (e.g. need to understand of a field CF1 is changed from its creation date. Assume CF1='xxx' on date of creation, which is modified to CF1='yyy' after few days. [it might be there like after few days CF1='xxx' {changed back to original settings}]. Need to filter all tickets which are modified for CF1, and if possible how many times CF1 is changed)

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Hi @Master Iraban 

I do not believe you can use out-of-the-box JQL to "listen" for changes to any field.  You could use an automation for Jira rule to trigger on specific field changes, or perhaps investigate marketplace addons for such listeners.

Best regards,

Bill

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