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How can I find out any JIRA tickets which got assigned from one person to another

Say I have Ticket A assigned to Person PA, and in one sprint, now within same or another doesn't matter in which sprint but same Ticket A gets assigned to another person PB. 

Is there a way to extract this data from JIRA via any advance query?


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Deepanshu Natani
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Oct 20, 2022

Hi @Pareshkumar Chaudhari 

You can use the Changed operator in JQL to search for these issues.

An easy JQL query will be : assignee CHANGED

This will search for issues whose assignee had changed.

You can check the following link for more details about predicates which can be used with this operator and accordingly create more complex/ specific JQL queries: 

Thanks @Deepanshu Natani

I tried using status was in ("") by query and it served the purpose.


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