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Searching for a 'complete' to-do list with JQL

In JQL for contents of a Todo List custom field? @Katie McGovern shared how to use JQL to check if a certain checkbox is ticked.

I'm wondering if there is a way to tell if a My ToDo field is complete that is easier than MyField='MyTask1:true' AND MyField='MyTask2:true' AND MyField='MyTask3:true' etc. etc.


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I repeat the question

How to use this todoItem? I just simply put the exact value in it but issue search returns 0..

I have been told by the developer that this functionality is under development and we may have it in a couple of months. It's great that they are willing to improve their free plugin based on feedback -- thanks, Mail.Ru.

Until then I'll go into a proper text editor and write the lengthy JQL query there.

Lady Di Marketplace Partner Aug 22, 2019

Hello! This is done! Just update the plugin and reindex the Jira for the correct search.

  • JQL-functions for searching issues with your cheklists: allItemsDone(), allItemsUndone(), todoItem("»).

How to use this todoItem? I just simply put the exact value in it but issue search returns 0..

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