I have a field "PI" (program increment) where the data is a date range. I want to create a filter that displays all tasks where [TODAY] is within the date range of that field.
I have a filter where i have specifically set it to PI = "2 - 29/03/17 to 20/06/17" but then when we move to the next increment I will have to remember to go back in and create the next one. I am hoping there is a smarter way to di it.
Thre's no way to do this from what I can see here. Not because the functions are not there, but because your "date range" appears to be a simple text field, which means JIRA does not have any way to read it as a date.
If you split that into two and set it up as start and end dates, then you could do it, as you could say
now() > PI-Start-date and now() < PI-End-date
(That's checking for the current date and time, you could also play with startofday() and endofday() to make it "today", but I suspect you probably don't really need to)
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