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How can I write syntax to select all Jira PRojects without writing them all out in an IN statement?
Can I use a * to represent ALL?
Any guidance would be appreciated
Hi @Lee Street ,
If you don't use keyword "Project" in your JQL, jira will search for all projects.
1. project = ABC and issuetype = Task: This will search for all Task in ABC project
2. issuetype = Task: This will search for all Ticket type Task in your whole jira instance irrespective of project.
Hello @Lee Street
Adding to @Rilwan Ahmed said, do note that the person running the filter or seeing the results would need the Browse Projects permission in all project to actually see results from all projects. And if some of those projects a Service projects then the user might also need a Service Management Agent license to see that portion of the results.
Hello @Larry Wilson
The original post is over a year old. Please consider starting a new Question with the details of your situation including the hosting type and the full filter you are trying to use.