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How to search Story Points using JQL

Ana Luiza Chagas February 15, 2023

Hi everone!

I'm looking for ways of search Story Points in Sprint indicated with JQL, but I not yet found a solution. Someone to help me?

Thanks!

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Nic Brough -Adaptavist-
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February 15, 2023

Welcome to the Atlassian Community!

Story points are a simple number field (using the number range "searcher"), so you can search for things like "(SP < x and SP > y) or SP = z"

For your query though, you probably want "sprint = sprint-xyz and story points > 0"

Ulrika Eriksson February 15, 2023

Sprint = ”your sprint id”

then showing story point columns in searches/filter.

or showing storypoints estimation in the sprint in scrumboard planning view

Valerie Knapp
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February 15, 2023

Hi @Ana Luiza Chagas , welcome to the community and thanks for your question!

It depends a bit on what you would like to achieve. The Story Points field is a number so you can perform number functions in the JQL like this -

Sprint in (openSprints()) and "Story Points[Number]" is not EMPTY

and then if you show the Story Point column in the search results, you could then order by the value -

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or you can back up a step and specify to return issues where a Story Points value is greater or less than a number -

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Does this help at all?

Ana Luiza Chagas February 15, 2023

Thanks everone, I achieved applied the solutions in my project!

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