How to retrieve both Jira STORY and BUG using JQL

Sachin_Argade
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April 18, 2024

Sample JQL

project in ("Test") and type= story and duedate >= "2024/01/01" and status not in (Remove)) and assignee= John

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Ragavendran S April 20, 2024

project in (Test) and issueType in (story, bug) and duedate >= "2024/01/01" and status not in (your expected status) and assignee = John

Please note

If something has space in it, it has to be encoded with " "

E.g : "Test Project"

If it's a single word, it doesn't need to be encoded

E.g : Test

Check the due dates are in future

And status is from the defined list of values 

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April 18, 2024

Hi Sachin - Welcome to the Atlassian Community!

Use this: issuetype in (Story, Bug)

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