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Can we list jira tickets that have ever been assigned to someone?

We are looking for this for reporting, lisiting only current assignees doesnt tell too much about previous activity.

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Thomas Schlegel Community Leader Jan 16, 2013

Hi Sorin,

did you try "assignee was username" ?

Cheers

Thomas

Thanks a lot

Thank you so much!

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With respect to this question, I would like to check if there is a way to display different assignees in columns?

Example- Columns like Assignee 1, Assignee 2, Assignee 3

OR a single column Assignees that has an array of assignees.

@Sanket VaruIt is not possible out-of-the-box.

Worked for me all these year later :)

With JQL:

assignee was admin

where "admin" is the user.

See: https://confluence.atlassian.com/display/JIRA/Advanced+Searching#AdvancedSearching-Assignee

/edit: If you want to find all issues that have ever been assigned to anyone, you could use

assignee != NULL OR assignee changed

It would be nice if this worked with was in membersOf("") as well so you can do this for a group; but it doesn't seem to work even though it lists membersOf as one of the choices for 'was in' (btw, membersOf works fine for the same group when I just use "in") so I know the group and the syntax are legit.

Like Peter Bengov likes this

assignee was username
..should do the job

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