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How to find tickets that I touched in some way ordered by date

I'd like to get a list of tickets that I worked on (possibly constrained by date).  And when I say worked on, I mean anything having to do with a ticket - adding a comment, moving it to the next stage in the workflow, changing the story points, whatever.

And I'd like the tickets sorted by the date that I affected the ticket.  Is this possible?

 

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You'd have to construct the JQL according to your need. 

For e.g. the following would return all the issue:
- you commented 
- changed status of
- was ever the assignee 
- was ever the reporter
- or ever added a worklog on an issue.

 

issueFunction in commented('by tbas') OR status changed BY tbas OR assignee was in (tbas) OR reporter was in (tbas) OR worklogAuthor in (tbas)

Your answer lead to towards the answer:

assignee was in (currentuser()) OR status changed by currentuser() OR reporter was in (currentuser()) ORDER BY updated DESC

 

Jira didn't know anything about `worklogAuthor` and it complained that ScriptRunner wasn't licensed when I attempted to run `

issueFunction in commented('by tbas')

`

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worklogAuthor should work since that field is provided by default in JIRA.

worklogAuthor in (currentUser())

and to get issues which a user has commented on is not a default JIRA functionality, you'd have to access it via ScriptRunner plugin. 

You can generate a trail license and try it out. 

that's not an answer that's a work a round.

It is really too bad this is a query and not an interface like in TFS

Using Jira should not be extra work.

If you want to do fancy stuff it will always be work. 

Like Stephen Traiforos likes this

Honestly, if I can't easily filter any of my data, with a few clicks, using filtering UI, then the software hasn't properly solved filtering. 😬

The answer given by Robert 'assignee was in (currentuser()) OR status changed by currentuser() OR reporter was in (currentuser()) ORDER BY updated DESC' worked perfect for me. This is what i expected and i got the complete report which i use for every month status. Thank you Robert

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