Can I display test cycles from more than one version at a time in Zephyr for JIRA?


Currently, there does not appear to be a way to view cycles from more than one fix version at a time on the Test Cycles summary screen. There is a drop down box that lets you to pick a single Fix Version, and then displays all the cycles that are part of that version. Is there a way to change this behaviour?

For example, when you are building a search in JIRA, you can select 'Unreleased Versions' , 'Released Versions' or tick individual versions as required.

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Hi Peter,

I will bring your idea up with our product team. This way they can discuss it and then decide whether or not to add it as a feature request! Thank you.

Kind Regards,


Hi Peter,

You can use a ZQL query in the Search Test Executions to display what it is you are looking for. This feature is available in Zephyr for JIRA 2.0+ althought I recomend using Zephyr for JIRA 2.1 (the latest). For more information on the Search Test Executions:

And below is a link to our ZQL Reference page:

You can also save your searches in Search Test Execution and re use them similar to building searches in JIRA.

Kind Regards,


Thanks Emily. That's a somewhat useful workaround, but for average users, it would be much easier if they were presented with a simple drop-down list where they can tick one or more boxes

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