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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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Hi Ian!

I know that this is a very old thread, but since I've answered a similar question I just thought that would be nice to share this with you!

Please, take a look at the following community thread:

Hope this be of any help!

Best Regards.

Tough one huh?

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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Vio Stan I'm New Here Oct 27, 2020

fixVersion = earliestUnreleasedVersion()

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ilozen I'm New Here Nov 24, 2020

I got to find the next unreleased version (but not current). So if you have versions 1..5 released, currently you're working on 6 and want to find version 7 use this:

fixVersion > latestReleasedVersion() AND fixVersion != earliestUnreleasedVersion()

Did not work... still shows all future releases!

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