Searching with JQL

A convenient way to search and handle created issues with JQL

What is JQL?

JQL stands for Jira Query Language. It is a powerful and flexible language used in Jira to create queries that can filter and sort issues. JQL allows users to search for issues across Jira projects using a variety of criteria, such as project, issue type, status, assignee, dates, and custom fields.

Any issue that you create using our Jira add-on is seamlessly integrated into the Jira ecosystem. This means that these issues can be effortlessly located and searched using the standard Jira Query Language.

Search issues created from templates with JQL
  • Go to your Jira issue list page.
  • Use the field named templateKey in your JQL search to look for issues created from a particular template.
  • Done!

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