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Writing Complex JQL in Jira Software: Course description

Unlock the full power of JQL to find issues quickly

This self-paced course takes advanced search to the next level - helping you write complex functions, keywords, and operators. You’ll explore a wide range of customizable queries, plus how to search with text-based fields and dates. Packed with real-world examples and use cases, you’ll be able to connect this knowledge to your own work experience.

  • How to use JQL functions and parentheses

  • How to find issues using text-based fields

  • How to find issues using exact dates, date functions, and calendar functions

  • How to write complex JQL queries with multiple clauses

Write your search queries with confidence.

Learning a new language is hard work, and JQL is no different.

You may know the basics of JQL, but to perform complex searches in Jira Software, you’ll need to take your skills to the next level.

This course helps get you there. You’ll explore commonly used functions that add flexibility to your searches, and how parentheses adjust the operation of functions. You’ll also understand the intricacies of searching with text-based fields and dates. When you put the pieces together, you’ll have everything you need to create complex search queries for any criteria you wish.

At the end of the course, you’ll have the opportunity to test your knowledge in simulation: You’ll practice writing a complex JQL query.

Also included for free in this course

A downloadable course takeaway PDF.

Save this download to your desktop! Then, use it as a reference when you’re writing JQL.

Learn to create complex JQL queries to find the issues you need.

Intermediate Jira Software users who want to deepen their knowledge of JQL.

1. Deep dive into functions (7 minutes)

2. How to use JQL to search text-based fields (6 minutes)

3. How to use JQL to search with dates (6 minutes)

4. How to write complex JQL queries (6 minutes)

Start this course now and learn how to write complex JQL queries.

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