How to find issues which are updated by particular user using JQL?

Hi friends please help me on that?

Thanks in Advance.

Means,i want to find out issues who made last changes by admin.

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Depnds what you mean by updated - you have to query against specific fields in JQL. If you mean transitioned from one state to another you could do a query like

status  changed by jwinters

@James Winters This query doesn't work. Can you provide some JQL please.

FYI, if you copied and pasted his JQL it may not work because it has 2 spaces between status and changed.  I just tried JQL: status changed BY currentUser() order by updated DESC and it worked for me.

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Hi! This and many more JQL keywords are supported after installing our plugin. Make sure to check out the JQL Search Extensions for JIRA Cloud - soon also for the server!

All the features are presented in the reference manual . Just install and enjoy the free trial!

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