What is the JQL of issueType = Research? <-- That doesn't work.

 

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If the issue type is called "Research", then issueType = Research should do it.  If it's called "Research?", then you'll need quotes because of the ?.  So,8issueType = "Research?" will get it.

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Besides of Nic's correct point, mind the following:

  • If the Research type is being suggested before you finish typing it (ie: type = Rese...), that's a good sign of that issue type existing with that name.
  • If you have selected the Research type from the suggested issue type names, the fact that no issues are being retrieved may mean that no issues of type Research have been created yet.
  • If Research is not being suggested as an issue type, it's likely that the issue type doesn't exist with that exact spelling. Look for it here:
    https://YOURS.atlassian.net/secure/admin/ViewIssueTypes.jspa

You can create a new issue type from the above link, by clicking on the 'Add issue type' button from the top-right corner.

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