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FILTER - how to see what tasks I've interacted with over a certain time period.


This could be commenting, changing status, adding more content, etc.  Basically, anything I've done in Jira.

I'm new to Jira. Thanks for your help!

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Mark Segall Community Leader Nov 28, 2022

Hi @Paige Gregory and welcome to the community!  Unfortunately, you won't be able to get something that explicitly looks for updates by you.  You'd need to add parameters that may or may not work for your use case:

  • assignee = currentUser() AND updated >= -90d
    All issues assigned to you that were updated in the last 90 days
  • lastViewed >= -90d
    All issues you viewed in the last 90 days

Ok - thanks Mark for your feedback!!

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