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A JQL query isn't working as expected. Edited

I need to filter all issues resolved last month for which the current user is either an Assignee, a Contributor, or a Writer. I wrote the query below:

(assignee = currentUser() OR "Contributors[User Picker (multiple users)]" in (currentUser()) OR "Writer[People]" in (currentUser())) AND resolutiondate >= startOfMonth(-1) AND resolutiondate < startOfMonth() ORDER BY issuetype ASC

 

The trouble is that the list only shows issues assigned to me.

 

I tested this as follows: 

  1. I went to an issue that was both assigned to me and had me as one of the Contributors.
  2. I removed the assignee.
  3. I went back to the filter page and refreshed it.
  4. The issue was gone from the list.

 

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1 answer

sometimes I have some buggy jql searches with OR

can you try the following:

assignee AND resolution OR contibutor AND resoultion OR writer AND resoultion

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