Using Version in the search for Issue

Hi,

I use the Version field for managing Sprints in JIRA & GH.

Many of my queries use the Version field as a filter.

Hoever, at the begining of any Sprint I must go over all my filters and update the Version = xxx to the current Sprint.

Is there any easier way to use it.

Something like a property, that I will change it and the filters will read from there?

or other solution?

Thanks,

Janiv.

2 answers

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You can save your current sprint version as a filter, and reference that filter from other filters.

For example, you could have a saved filter for “Current ProjectOne version”

fixVersion = "v01"

Then your filter for “Blockers in current ProjectOne version” would look like

priority = blocker and filter = "Current ProjectOne version"

When the current ProjctOne version changes, you just change the “Current ProjectOne version” filter

fixVersion = "v02"

and the “Blockers in current ProjectOne version” filter, and all other filters referencing “Current ProjectOne version” get updated.

+1 for this, we also do the same with a base filter and all other filters are based on this filter.

2 votes
Thomas Schlegel Community Champion May 03, 2012

Hi Janiv,

maybe the JQL-Function fixVersion = earliestUnreleasedVersion(PROJECT) works for you ?

Best regards

Thomas

Thanks, but it won't help.

I do have many sub versions under any Sprint:

Bamboo

- CMS

- EMA

- Server

- Mobile

Cactus

- EMA

- Server

So, I'll get all the versions that were not relased, but I want only the ones under Cactus one.

Thanks,

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