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Can I Get the Group of the assignee of a specific Issue?

I'm hitting this api to get all issues for those 3 groups: HR, DEV and Engineering.

"jql":"(assignee in membersOf('HR') OR assignee in membersOf('DEV') OR assignee in membersOf('Engineering')) AND created >= 2020-11-26 AND created < 2020-11-27 OR updated >= 2020-11-26 AND updated < 2020-11-27 ORDER BY created DESC".

But in the responce i can't get the Group of witch the assignee is in.
for example I want to know that the assigned member of this issue is in DEV for example.

But this field does not seem to be present.

should i add something to the expand field  "expand":["changelog"] ?


Thank you.

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Group memberships of a user are not issue data.

You'll need to read the user and use another call to question the groups they belong to.

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Hi @Jawad Zakhour 

As @Nic Brough _Adaptavist_ mentioned above you need to make another call to get that information in your code.

Try this end point.


Here is the curl command to test it quickly.

curl -i -X GET \
-H "Authorization:Basic ACCESSTOKEN" \

Just replace the ACCESSTOKEN, JIRAURL and the ACCOUNTID.

I hope it helps.


Thank you a lot

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