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I want to filter with two labels, how to do
Thank you

Sample : status = "In Progress" and labels in (Accueil_DIF_Qualif) and labels in (INFRA)

is that correct ?

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Jack Nolddor [Sweet Bananas]
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Dec 12, 2019

Hi bruno and Welcome,


You can use the following query:

status = "In Progress" AND labels IN (Accueil_DIF_Qualif, INFRA)

Which means retrieve any "In Progress" issue which contains either Accueil_DIF_Qualif or INFRA or both at the same time


Note the coma to separate different values


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John Funk
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Jan 06, 2020

Hey @bruno.florino.ext  - Did this solve your problem?

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