Is there a way to create a filter using a range of jira entries?

Andy I'm New Here Oct 10, 2017

Is anyone aware of a way to search for an "issue range" using the advanced jira search features?

For example: If I wanted to search and save a filter for issues CM-11000 to CM-11100, is there an easy way to type that in without doing every single one sequentially?

Right now, it seems like the only way to do this is something like [key in (CM-11000, CM-11001, CM-11002)] etc, etc and it will generate a filter with all the issues, but that's a crazy amount of time to spend creating something like that. 

I've been eugooglizing and searching the community for it without success, but it's definitely possible I'm not using the correct terms.

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You could use a JQL query such as

(key >= CM-11000 AND key <= CM-11100)

This in turn should be able to return all the issues that exist between those issue keys and including those two issues.   Not all fields will let you do comparisons like this, but the key field will.   It also might help to dig into the Advanced Searching documentation.

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