well by that I mean all the project in the jira all the projects! if a users have tickets in all the projects and they are around 50 projects how i can search ?
do i have to list all the projects under project = "" AND reporter = "user's name" or is there a query i can do like wildcard?
Ok, so to answer "user's ticket", you mean "they are the reporter", and by "current project", you mean "all projects"
You don't need wildcards. A search searches for a match when it reads a clause. If a clause is "Project = X" it searches project X. That's it. If your clause is "reporter = Fred", then it will pull out every issue where the reporter is Fred. Nothing complex, literally every issue that matches that clause.
You add clauses to *narrow* a search, or widen in to other searches. E.g. "project = X AND reporter = Fred" means exactly what it says - issues reported by Fred in X. "project = X OR reporter = Fred" means what it says too, all issues in project X, and any issue Fred reported in any project.
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