JQL Generator

Description

The JQL Generator is a tool that makes creating JIRA search queries easy. You can get search queries easily instead of spending so much time in getting results.

By removing the complexities of navigating Jira, the JQL Generator enables you to create precise searches and find JIRA issues faster. Its simple interface make constructing search queries simple and intuitive.

How to use the JQL Generator tool?

Step 1 – Search & Select the JQL generator tool from your dashboard. 

Step 2: Describe your product or project you are trying to solve. 

Tip: Providing a detailed problem description of what you are trying to solve gives a better output being generated.

Step 3: Select the ‘Generate’ button

Here is an Example

Input:

Locate all high priority bugs that were created in the last 30days.

Output:

project = “Your Project Name” AND issuetype = Bug AND priority = High AND created >= -30d

Explanation of the code:

– `project = “Your Project Name”`: Replace “Your Project Name” with the actual name of your project. This restricts the search to only bugs within your specific project.

– `issuetype = Bug`: This ensures that only issues of type “Bug” are included in the search.

– `priority = High`: This filters the bugs based on their priority, in this case, only high priority bugs will be returned.

– `created >= -30d`: This condition limits the search to bugs that were created within the last 30 days. The “-30d” means “30 days in the past”.

Pro Tip: Make sure to replace “Your Project Name” with the actual name of your project or issue. You can use this JQL code in the JIRA search bar or in any JIRA filters to find the desired bugs.

I hope you found this guide helpful. If you have any additional questions, please feel free to contact us.

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Updated on December 4, 2023