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How to use JQL to list all issues in next release, or the one ofter that, and so on? (e.g. earliestUnreleasedVerions+N)

In JQL I can retrieve all issues in the next release by using earliestUnreleasedVersion("project name"). But how can I retrieve all issues for the NEXT scheduled release after that? And the one after that, and so on? (i.e. earliestUnreleaseVersion("project name")+N or similar. This would enable me to avoid "hard-coding" fixVersions in my JQL's.

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Tough one huh?

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It isn't tough, it is just that someone will have to write the code to do it. JIRA out of the box and none of the existing pugins doesn't seem to do this. Have a look at the JQL Function module.

Hey Ian,  

Did you ever find a solution to this problem? I'm looking to just get the next unreleased version and the one after that if possible. Thanks for your help. 

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