Archives for the tag: jql

The Tip of the Month, brought to you by Atlassian University, is a monthly series to help master Atlassian tools. Products are more fun to use when you know all the tricks. Sometimes it's helpful to run queries on your current sprint or past sprints to better prepare for the sprint retrospective. November's tip of the month focuses how to use JQL in the context of sprints. I'll focus on JIRA Agile 6.3, but some of the features do work in prior versions of JIRA Agile. Calling a sprint out Sometimes

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JIRA Query Language (JQL) Recap

The Tip of the Month, brought to you by Atlassian University, is a monthly series to help master Atlassian tools. Products are more fun to use when you know all the tricks. Hey Everyone!  In the month of February we did a series on JQL at blogs.atlassian.com.  It's a quickstart guide to making the transition from simple searching to advanced searching in JIRA.  JQL is the most efficient way to access issues at all levels in JIRA. Intro to JIRA Query Language (JQL) - 1 of 4 JQL Functions

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JQL: The most flexible way to search JIRA (4/4)

G'day mates! We're on the home stretch. It's the last JQL lesson! At this point you've mastered the basics of JQL in lesson 1 and lesson 2 and have used it in a number of JIRA features in lesson 3. One of the great things about JIRA is that it is easily extensible. It's extensiblity layer makes it easy to add new features or extend existing ones. JQL is no exception in that regard. There are a number of plugins for JIRA on the Atlassian Marketplace that enhance JQL. You can also develop custom functions

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JIRA tip of the month: Look at the JQL behind portions of a chart

The Tip of the Month, brought to you by Atlassian University, is a monthly series to help master Atlassian tools. Products are more fun to use when you know all the tricks. JQL stands for JIRA Query Language. If you've been following the JIRA blog, you've seen our recent 4-part tutorial all about JQL for those with no experience writing database queries. JQL really is for everyone using JIRA: developers, testers, project managers, as well as business users. This month's tip is a way to

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GreenHopper Tip of the Month: How To Indicate you are Waiting

The Tip of the Month, brought to you by Atlassian University, is a monthly series to help master Atlassian tools. Products are more fun to use when you know all the tricks. Here are 3 ways to indicate you are waiting on other work to be done before you start working on your task. Say you need to update a page, but are waiting on your designer to give you the polished images, or you are waiting for your PM to get the wireframes approved before you start development, how do you indicate to the

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JQL: The most flexible way to search JIRA (1/4)

Hey JIRA users and administrators.  I'm Dan.  I've been using JIRA for about three years and have recently joined the team here at Atlassian.  JQL is my favorite feature in JIRA.  Using JQL will get you faster access to what you're looking for, and even better, JQL gives you access to all kinds of great stuff you didn't even know was available! JQL stands for JIRA Query Language.  It's the most flexible way to search for issues in JIRA.  JQL is really for everyone: developers, testers,

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