How to find jira issues with changed duedate-field

I am trying to find a JQL query that can list issues in a specific project that has a changed duedate using JIRA 6.2.1.  Looking at this could be useful, but i am guessing this feature does not exist in 6.2.1? Could this feature be used in JIRA 6.4?

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JIRA 6.2 should have the changed operator according to the user's guide of JIRA 6.2.

However, the page also says that

(Note: This operator can be used with the Assignee, Fix Version, Priority, Reporter, Resolution and Status fields only.

So, I suppose you can't use it for duedate.

Benito, we are attempting to see issues with a postponed due date (which for our organization is crucial as we don't set these duedates ourselves, our 3rd parties do). It would be nice to have a agile board with only overdue issues, but querying all issues for any update would be heavily misleading. Is there a plugin/addon that can do this?

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Hi Jonas,

Another possible thing you could do is use the "Updated" on the JQL. That would bring all the changes to issues though, not only to that field.


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