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JQL Query to fetch daily report


Need help to write a JQL query to pull out daily status report with key filters .

For example : Need a report with below fields only 

Project : project name,Created on , Created by, issue type, issue category, priority , status 


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@Poonam Dhingra

Welcome to Atlassian Community!

Per your description, it seems you would like to export a list of issues with determined fields you select.

To do it using JQL, you can follow the steps below:

1 - Navigate to your issue navigator

2 - configure a query to return all the issue you want > then select "List view":

Screen Shot 2019-12-05 at 16.26.39.png

3 - Click in columns and select all the fields you want to export in the list. They will display as columns in your issue navigator, as you can see in the screenshot above

4 - Once you do it, you will have two options to pull out that data:

- Create a filter and export it to CSV/DOC, by clicking on Export:

Screen Shot 2019-12-05 at 16.27.12.png

- Create a filter subscription that will send a daily e-mail containing the list with all the relevant issues, by clickin on Details > New Subscription:

Screen Shot 2019-12-05 at 16.27.27.png

Let us know if this is the feature you are looking for.

I would like to have the subscription email a csv, not the data in the body of the email.

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