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Filter queue by Time last edit

The filter field Time last edit is blank. When i edit the queue and select Time last edit from the 'More' list the pop up shows a blank field and an update button - looks like something is missing in the feature.  I add it to the queue and select it to show as a column - but it is empty.

How do i get the time last edit to show ?




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Hi @Jenny Thompson,

I am not sure what you mean by the Time last edit field. As far as I know, the standard field in Jira (all products) is the updated field. That should show you the last time an issue was updated. As it is a system field, I've never seen it empty.

Hope this helps! 

Thank you Walter for your response.

Ah ok.  Then the  Time last edit field I think must be a custom field that one of our internal team has added - I will use the Updated field as it works!

Is there a way to display the time also on the Updated field?  It shows the date and when I hover over it - shows the time - but would be good to see both without the hover.



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