Usage and admin help
Perform a quick search
Quick search helps you keep track of what you are working on. To perform a quick search:
Select on the sidebar. You'll see a list of recently viewed issues, projects, and filters.
Select any item to navigate to it. Or, type in the quick search box and view search results as you type.
After a while, you might want to search a little deeper. The quick search box lets you search a little more than just text. Here's some more things you can do:
Find issues assigned to me.
my open bugs
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.
r:me — finds issues reported by you.
Find issues in a particular project.
Find issues that were due before today.
Find issues with a particular Created, Updated, or Due Date using the prefixes created:, updated:, or due:, respectively. For the date range, you can use today, tomorrow, yesterday, a single date range (e.g. '-1w'), or two date ranges (e.g. '-1w,1w'). Note that date ranges cannot have spaces in them. Valid date/time abbreviations are: 'w' (week), 'd' (day), 'h' (hour), 'm' (minute).
Find issues with a particular Priority.
Find issues with a particular Issue Type. Note that you can also use plurals.
Find issues with a particular Resolution.
Find issues with a particular Status.
Find issues with a particular Component(s). You can search across multiple components.
c:security — finds issues with a component whose name contains the word "security".
Find issues with a particular Affects Version(s). To find all issues belonging to a 'major' version, use the wildcard symbol '*'.
v:3.0 — finds issues that match the following versions (for example):
Find issues with a particular Fix For Version(s). Same usage as v: (above).
Wildcard symbol '*'. Can be used with v: and ff:.
v:3.2* — finds any issue whose version number is (for example):
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