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An introduction to advanced search preferences search tips

  • There's an easy fix;
  • Put these around a specific phrase you want to find;
  • For more information, click on the Subject Searching tab;
  • Looking for an obscure recipe or rare photo?
  • When you have multiple conditions, the search results will be displayed only if all the mentioned conditions are satisfied by the request;
  • To include renditions instead of base documents.

JQL is for everyone: This blog is intended to be a tutorial for those who have no experience with database queries to those who want faster access to information in Jira. So basically if you work in Jira this blog is for you.

Search Requests

The search box The most simple search feature in Jira is the search box at the top right of your screen. You can use this search box to: A quick example search: You can filter on any field available in Jira depending on the selected project s.

Perform an advanced search

Basic and Advanced Searches There are two types of searches in Jira: Basic searches, like the ones above, present you with a set of forms that you can fill in, such as Project name, Issue Type, Status, and Assignee. Basic search can be useful for getting a high-level view of your issues and status.

Six Google search tips to find anything faster

Queries are a series of simple elements strung together to form a more complex question. A query has three basic parts: Field — Fields are different types of information in the system.

  1. For both regular and phrase searches, we also match words that are very similar, but not identical.
  2. When you have multiple conditions, the search results will be displayed only if all the mentioned conditions are satisfied by the request.
  3. Evaluate your results and then search again using alternative keywords or appropriate subject headings found in your inital results.

Jira fields include priority, fixVersion, issue type, etc. Operator — Operators are the heart of the query. They relate the field to the value. They are usually the item for which we are looking. Keyword — Keywords are specific words in the language that have special meaning.

JQL: the most flexible way to search Jira

Important keywords to know Atlassian has created a JQL reference where you can find all keywords, operators, etc that can be used in JQL. This is your go-to-guide when you want to discover new search capabilities.

  • This term is searched as a phrase with quotes;
  • Field — Fields are different types of information in the system;
  • Click the Advanced Request Search link beside the search field to add search criteria.

Here are some of the most common keywords and operators you will use: