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JQL for Mon 05:30AM IST to Next Mon 05:30AM IST

Dear Community,

I need to write a JQL that would give me the results of all the tickets created between Mon 05:30 AM IST till Next Mon 05:30 AM IST. 

For this I wrote -> created >= "2022-01-31 05:30" AND created <= "2022-02-07 05:30", but I don't want to write this every week, my profile timezone is set to +05:30GMT. Is there a way to get a  JQL that dynamically gets me data for this each week so I can use this JQL on a dashboard?


TIA,

Wasim

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Samir Atlassian Team Feb 08, 2022

Hi @WasimBuden ,

This question was posted in the Opsgenie community, but sounds like it's related to JQL - so you may want to post this question on the Jira community.

 

Thanks,

Samir

Oops! You’re right, let me move it there. Thanks Samir.

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