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JQL function for originalEstimate <= worklogged

How do I do a filter where I get all issues where original estimate was less/more than actual/logged work?

originalEstimate <= 1h for example works, but if I want to see ALL issues in a project where the originalEstimate <= work logged so far, is there a way to do this?

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Hey Larry,

Using JQL you will not count the worklogged as this is just a way to change the remaining Estimate.

So I think that the best way for you to achieve what you want (which I suppose is that you need to know if you are near "Original Estimate" blowing) you can make a jql comparing original estimate with remaining estimate.

Just remember that both values expect a time on it so you will not be able to use originalesetimate >= remaining estimate.

Instead you will need to compare each one with a valid value

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