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Using JIRA's Quick Search

1. Jump to an Issue

2. Smart Querying

Search Term

Description

Examples

my

Find issues assigned to me.

my open bugs

r:

Find issues reported by you, another user or with no reporter, using the prefix r: followed by a specific reporter term such as me, a username or none. Note that there can be no spaces between "r:" and the specific reporter term.

r:me — finds issues reported by you.
r:samuel — finds issues reported by the user whose username is "samuel".
r:none — finds issues with no reporter.

[project name] or [project key]

Find issues in a particular project,

test project
TST
tst

overdue

Find issues that were due before today.

overdue

created:
updated:
due:

created:today
updated:-1w
due:1w
created:-1w

[priority]

Find issues with a particular Priority.

blocker/major/trivial

[issue type]

Find issues with a particular Issue Type. Note that you can also use plurals.

bug
task
bugs
tasks

[resolution]

Find issues with a particular Resolution.

fixed
duplicate
cannot reproduce

c:

Find issues with a particular Component(s). You can search across multiple components. Note that there can be no spaces between "c:" and the component name.

c:security — finds issues with a component whose name contains the word "security".

v:

Find issues with a particular Affects Version(s). To find all issues belonging to a 'major' version, use the wildcard symbol '*'. Note that there can be no spaces between "v:" and the version name.

v:3.0 — finds issues that match the following versions (for example):

ff:

Find issues with a particular Fix For Version(s). Same usage as v: (above).

*

Wildcard symbol '*'. Can be used with v: and ff:.

Some examples:

3. Free-text searching

You can search for any word within the issue(s) you are looking for, provided the word is in one of the following fields:

MainWiki: jira_quicksearch (last edited 2009-11-08 21:08:05 by twotwo)