I am using JIRA Software 7.2.4 and I have an issue with JQL using worklogDate() function.
I am specifying the date range as worklogDate > "2019/01/01" but the time spent or work log column shows very minutes logged till date instead of what is logged January 2019 onwards.
The JQL query is for filtering the issues, and the columns in the issue navigator are for showing the actual data. In a way both things are mutually exclusive, because you used "worklogDate " to find the issues which you were intersted in and the issue navigator displayed the relevant issue columns. You can't at run-time make the time-spent column display only the work logged after the date which has been used in the query.
You can't at run-time make the time-spent column display only the work logged after the date which has been used in the query.
Thanks for the clarification, as I was searching exactly for this feature.
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