How do I form a JQL search around the "Team" field for issues that have no teams assigned?

Currently searching on Team supports positive searches aka:

  • Show me all issues assigned to team X
    jql: project=project and team="team X"
  • Show me all issues assigned to multiple teams ( X, Y, Z)
    jql: project=project and team in "team X, team Y, team Z"

What I cannot search is "show me all issues not assigned to a team" as there is no support for either != or "not in" or even "is empty" or "= empty".

Ideas?

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Hi Abel,

There is a current feature request around the limitation of the JQL surrounding the Team field that you can find at JPOSERVER-1695.  Please vote on this issue and add your use case to the comments so our developers can see the impact and consider adding this functionality in an upcoming JIRA release.

Cheers,

Branden

Done! 

Thanks Branden!

No problem Abel.  I'm happy I was able to point you in the right direction.  Have a great rest of your week!

Branden

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