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I am working on writing a JQL that I can set the filter to look at a specific user or directory group and the list of tickets that have recently been updated.
There's references to use updateBy in the query except it doesn't take this in the filter.
project = XXX AND issuetype in (IssueType1, IssueType2) AND updated >= 2023-10-15 AND updatedBy(?)
Ah! Thanks @Laurie Sciutti
That worked. I originally structured my JQL to direct to the Project name and dropping the issuekey but wasn't sure when I used updatedBy("group name") and nothing came up except update by one employee, but I figured it out I'm the only user in the group doing updates.
Here's the query that worked in Jira:
project = "Project Key" AND issuetype in (IssueType1, IssueType2) AND updated >= 2023-10-15 AND issuekey in updatedBy("Atlassian Group") ORDER BY updated DESC