Using JQL to find issues that have forms

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JQL expressions are extremely useful for any Jira administrator to conduct searches, build reports and create automation rules. It is possible to use JQL to find Jira issues which contain ProForma forms. 

The JQL field used is  issueFormsVersion.

To search for issues which have at least one form attached, you can use the expression:

issueFormsVersion > 0

Advanced Searching

Combine this foundation with other JQL expressions for advanced search capability. For example, to search for issues which contain a ProForma form and were created within the last month:

issueFormsVersion > 0 AND createdDate > startOfMonth()

Form Count Fields

In Jira Cloud, there are fields that can be used to show the count of:

  • Forms on an issue

  • Locked forms on an issue

  • Open forms on an issue

  • Submitted forms on an issue

Last modified on Sep 2, 2022

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