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Create Filter for Cards in Progress Longer than Estimated

Hello,

I've created a filter to tell me when a card has been 'in-progress' longer than 4 days. This helps me as a PM see what might need a nudge or or whatnot. The issue I'm having is that while this filter works great for 70% of our cards, we do have ones where the estimated story point value is greater than 4 so it should be in 'in-progress' for more than 4 days. 

Is there a way to setup the filter so it shows cards that:

status = "In Progress" AND NOT status changed after X

Where X is the estimated story point value? Or something like Time in in-progress - estimated story point value is > 2?

 

~Scott

1 answer

Hi @Scott Gray 

Unfortunately, this can't be achieved with out-of-box JQL in JIRA. 

I recommend for you one of the following ways : 

  • Using JQL Search Extensions. It's a professional paid indexing service provided by a company I've partnered with.You can use the following query to get your required results reference  

         for example : 

    issue in fieldMatch("project = SEARCH", "description", "find        issu[a-z]{2} mat*")

    issue in fieldMatch("project = SEARCH", "my custom field", "f[a-z]{5}

 

  • Using Script-Runner IssueFunction JQL 

          issueFunction in expression (","timespent" > originalestimate"). 

           reference 

Thanks,

Mohamed Adel 

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