Hi @An Le Nguyen you can use REST API endpoint:
Your request can look like
You need to use pagination if you have more than 1000 labels, so just let me know if it is your case and we can work on it
Thanks for the link to the REST API endpoint! It solved my problem. I do have a couple of areas where that article could be improved, though. (I also left this as feedback on that page.)
For cURL, please add some notes for Windows users:
It took a bit if of futzing around for me to figure this out. The article got me 95% of the way there, but the last bits were slowing me down.
Here is one thing you could do - use this JQL labels is not empty to find all issues that have a label. Export this list, I recommend removing as many columns as possible if you have a large database. Then use excel formulas such as pivot table to find up every unique label. Not glamorous but it will work.
Hi @Magdalena Zhisheva you need to use query parameters
For example if your page has two elements you need to invoke
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