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Is there a list of Jira server system fields? e.g. last modified date?

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I'm looking for fields like date last modified.  

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Laura Holton Community Leader Dec 13, 2021

Hi @Laura Carruthers 👋

In search of Jira server system fields for you, I'd recommend visiting this page (also see below):

Field Description
The parent project to which the issue belongs.
Key A unique identifier for this issue, in the example above: ANGRY-304. (The characters to the left of the hyphen represent the project to which this issue belongs.)
Summary A brief one-line summary of the issue. For example, "Red Angry Nerd is scary."
Type See below for a list of types.
Status The stage the issue is currently at in its lifecycle (workflow). See below for a list of statuses.
Priority The importance of the issue in relation to other issues. (See below for a list of priorities).
Resolution A record of the issue's resolution, if the issue has been resolved or closed. (See below for a list of resolutions).

Affects Version(s)
(if applicable)

Project version(s) for which the issue is (or was) manifesting.
Fix Version(s)
(if applicable)
Project version(s) in which the issue was (or will be) fixed.
(if applicable)
Project component(s) to which this issue relates.
(if applicable)
Labels to which this issue relates.
(if applicable)
The hardware or software environment to which the issue relates.
Description A detailed description of the issue.
Links A list of links to related issues. (Strikethrough text, like this, indicates that an issue has been resolved.)
Assignee The person to whom the issue is currently assigned. Note that you cannot assign issues to a user group.
Reporter The person who entered the issue into the system.
Votes The number shown indicates how many votes this issue has.
Watchers number shown indicates how many people are watching this issue.
(if applicable)
The date by which this issue is scheduled to be completed.
Created The time and date on which this issue was entered into Jira.
Updated The time and date on which this issue was last edited.
Resolved The time and date on which this issue was resolved.
Estimate The Original Estimate of the total amount of time required to resolve the issue, as estimated when the issue was created.
Remaining The Remaining Estimate, i.e. the current estimate of the remaining amount of time required to resolve the issue.
Logged The sum of the Time Spent from each of the individual work logs for this issue.
Development * If you use Bitbucket to manage your code repositories, you can create code branches in your code development tools directly from Jira issues. See Integrating with development tools for details.
Agile * Lets you view your issue on your Scrum or Kanban board.
Service Desk ** Lets you view request participants and view the equivalent request in the customer portal

* Only available in Jira Software

projects, and only available to Jira Software users

** Only available in Jira Service Management projects, and only available to Jira Service Management users

I hope this helps but if you have any other questions just ask away 😃

All the best


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