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How do I populate all tickets that I have created, commented, worked on?

I am looking to show my boss all the features, improvements, etc that I have pushed forward during our 1:1's and would love to show all the tickets to walk through each one. 

 

Is there a way to show all the tickets I have created, commented on, worked on, changed workflows for?

 

Thanks!

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Hi Chris,

for tickets that you created you can use the reporter = (your_username)

for changes there is the CHANGED operator but this is available for some fields only (Assignee, Fix Version, Priority, Reporter, Resolution and Status). E.g., 'status changed BY (your_username)' , or 'status WAS "Resolved" BY (your_username) BEFORE "2019/07/26"'

for comments I think you can use a plugin, e.g. scriptyrunner, and then your query could look like this: issueFunction in commented("by currentUser()")

David Skreiner mentioned a workaround where you can create a dashboard with an 'activity stream' gadget (https://community.atlassian.com/t5/Jira-questions/How-can-I-search-issues-to-which-a-user-has-commented/qaq-p/91873), but it didn't work out for me. In case it works for you these are the steps:

As a workaround, you can use a dashboard:

1 open Dashboard
2 Add Gadget Activitiy Stream
3 Add a global filter: Project is XY
4 Add a global filter: User is (username)
5 Below the Global Filter, klick JIRA - Add Filter:  Activity is Comment
6 Set "limit to 99 items"

Hope it helps,

Carlos

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