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How to get a list of issues and the users involved

is there a way to get a list of the latest issues people are working on, along with a list of users per issue?  We're trying to see how many issues people are working on lately, and the list of users involved (creating issues, editing issues, closing issues, etc).  That way we can get an understanding of who uses Jira and for what.  

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Hi @Chris Casebeer 

You seem to be asking several related questions, some of which can be answered using Jira queries with JQL.  For example, to see who is creating issues in the last 30 days you could search for:

project = myProject AND created >= -30d ORDER BY creator

To search the entire instance, just remove the project test clause.

To learn more about what is available with filter searches, please see this documentation:


Best regards,


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