A problem about usage of Jira Versions

强 张 April 18, 2024

When the Versions field is in use, the drop-down box search must be entered from the first letter in order to search successfully, should not be entered any characters contained in the version can be searched

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Bo Zhao
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April 21, 2024

Hi @强 张 

Fuzzy search might have been a default behaviour before but it seems Atlassian has changed it.

To do a fuzzy search, simply add ~ to the end of a single term, e.g. in your case, you can search for 0~

强 张 April 22, 2024

It do not work when search for 0~

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Bilal Younas
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April 19, 2024

It sounds like the Versions search functionality in Jira is limited, requiring you to start your search from the first letter of the version name.

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Fabio Racobaldo _Herzum_
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April 19, 2024

Hi @强 张 and welcome,

version fields in JIRA shows unreleased list of versions first and you can filter that list typing release name. What is your desiderata?

Fabio

强 张 April 19, 2024

Such as my versions contain V1.0.1,V1.0.2 and  V1.1.1,  when I type '0', it can show V1.0.1 and V1.0.2. But now it show nothing.

Simply put, it's a fuzzy search.

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