課題の検索

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探している課題が見つかりませんか? このページは Jira の課題を検索する方法を説明しています。すべてのユーザーは課題を検索できます。ただし検索結果には、閲覧権限 (例: 「プロジェクトの参照」権限) のあるプロジェクトの課題のみが表示されます。次のセクションでは、検索を実行して検索結果を使用する方法について説明します。

Perform a quick search

Quick search lets you find issues, projects, boards, queues, and more, including items you’ve worked on recently. To perform a quick search:

  1. Select Search  in the navigation bar (or press / on your keyboard).

  2. Choose from recent items or type to search.

  3. Optionally, filter the search results by choosing a project or issue assignee.

  4. Select an item or continue to Advanced issue search (press enter on your keyboard).

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Before you start typing, the quick search shows recent items you’ve worked with, like issues, projects, boards, queues, and filters.

The quick search field also lets you search more than just text. Here are some search commands you can use:

検索語

説明

my

自分に割り当てられた課題を検索します。

my open bugs

r:

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.

Note that there can be no spaces between "r:" and the specific reporter term.

r:me — finds issues reported by you.
r:samuel — finds issues reported by the user whose username is "samuel".
r:none — finds issues with no reporter.

<project name>
or
<project key>

特定のプロジェクトの課題を検索します。

test project
TST
tst

overdue

その日までに期限切れとなっている課題を検索します。

overdue

created:
updated:
due:

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 todaytomorrowyesterday, 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).

created:today
created:yesterday
updated:-1w — finds issues updated in the last week.
due:1w — finds issues due in the next week.
due:-1d,1w — finds issues due from yesterday to next week.
created:-1w,-30m — finds issues created from one week ago, to 30 minutes ago.
created:-1d updated:-4h — finds issues created in the last day, updated in the last 4 hours.

<priority>

特定の優先度の課題を検索します。

blocker
major
trivial

<issue type>

特定の課題タイプの課題を検索します。複数形も使用できます。

bug
task
bugs
tasks

<resolution>

特定の解決状況の課題を検索します。

fixed
duplicate
cannot reproduce

<status>

特定のステータスの課題を検索します。

To Do
Backlog
Open 

c:

Find issues with a particular Component(s). You can search across multiple components.

Note that there can be no spaces between "c:" and the component name.

c:security — finds issues with a component whose name contains the word "security".

v:

Find issues with a particular Affects Version(s). To find all issues belonging to a 'major' version, use the wildcard symbol '*'.

Note that there can be no spaces between "v:" and the version name.

v:3.0 — finds issues that match the following versions (for example):

  • 3.0

  • 3.0 eap

  • 3.0 beta

    ...but will not match against the following versions (for example):

  • 3.0.1

  • 3.0.0.4

    That is, it will match against any version that contains the string you specify followed immediately by a space, but not against versions that do not contain a space immediately after the string you specify.

ff:

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):

  • 3.2

  • 3.2-beta

  • 3.2.1

  • 3.2.x

プロジェクトの課題を検索する

In the project issue navigator, you can use the text search and field filters to quickly find an issue or set of issues in your project. You can also use preset filters, like my open issues, or use preset and field filters together for a more specific search.

Preset filters are currently only available in company-managed projects.

To find issues in your project:

  1. From your project's sidebar, select Issues.
  2. Select a pre-set filter in the sidebar, set the field filters, or both.

  3. Order and sort the issues using the options at the top of the list of issues.

  4. 表示または編集する課題を選択します。

  5. Select Reset to clear your search criteria.

We don’t support all issue field filters when you’re searching for issues in a project just yet, but we’re working on it. Select Go to Advanced search for more filtering options.

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You can switch from detail view to list view to skim through your search results easily. Select List view to get your search results in the form of a table or spreadsheet. You can log work, update the status, attach files, comment, move, clone, delete and perform other actions on individual issues, without opening them, from this view.

Using the issue navigator, you could search for all issues in your project that:

  • are bugs

  • are assigned to Jane

  • were reported by Fred

  • are in the in progress status

  • have “pizza” in a text field

To broaden your search to more projects, select the Project dropdown and pick your projects. Alternatively, you can also select Go to advanced search.

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Use the keyboard shortcuts, J (next issue) and K (previous issue), to navigate quickly between issues. Press ? on your keyboard from anywhere in Jira to learn more time-saving keyboard shortcuts.

  1. Preset filters
  2. Issues list
  3. Issue field filters
  4. Link to advanced search
  5. List view or Detail view toggle
  6. Basic or JQL toggle

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If you're searching against a field, you can select Show full list to view the list of available options against your search criteria. If your list is too long, you can start typing to get to your option faster.

Share your issue search results

You can share your refined issue searches with your colleagues. For example, you can track all the issues that are in progress, and share this URL with your team so that they can track them as well.

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Want to come back to issues that are assigned to you later? You can also bookmark your issue searches to visit your issues later on.

To bookmark or share your issue search in your project:

  1. From your project's sidebar, select Issues.

  2. Use the text search field or built-in filters to refine your search criteria.

  3. Save the query with a browser bookmark, or share the URL with your team.

We don’t support filtering for all fields in the project issue navigator just yet, but we’re working on it. If your query is too complex for the project issue navigator, click Advanced search for more filtering options.

Jira 全体を検索する

1. 検索の開始

課題の検索ページを開くには、次の手順を実行します。

  1. ナビゲーション バーで [フィルター] を選択します。
  2. [高度な課題検索] を選択します。
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キーボードで / を押してから enter を押し、高度な検索に素早く移動します。


2. 検索条件を定義する

You can use either basic or advanced JQL search modes to define your search criteria.

ベーシック検索

Basic is the default mode for searching in Jira, and will work for most common searches. This mode provides user-friendly filters that let you define complex queries without the need to know JQL (Jira Query Language).

If you're already in the advanced JQL search mode, select Switch to basic to the right of the search filters to access the Basic mode.

高度な JQL 検索

This mode lets you specify advanced criteria that can't be defined in the other searches (for example, the ORDER BY clause) using JQL (Jira Query Language). Select Switch to JQL to the right of the search filters to access this mode.

See Advanced searching for more info on using JQL.

If you’re in a project, you can toggle between Basic and JQL. Learn more about searching for issues in a project.

3. 検索結果のビューを変更する

Once you've run your search either in a project or from advanced search, you can change how the results are displayed by changing the view, sort order, and columns shown.

一覧または詳細ビューの選択

List view is where each issue is a row and its details are in columns (similar to a spreadsheet). In the detail view, issues are shown on the left and the selected issue's details appear on the right.

  • From advanced search, select the view toggle ( or at the top-right of the search screen and select List view or Detail view

  • If you’re in a project, select List view or Detail view to change the way your search results look.

並び順の変更

一覧ビューでは、列名をクリックすると、ソート順を変更できます。

詳細ビューでは、課題リスト上部の [並び替え基準]の右側の ˅ を選択し、フィールドを検索して、順序を設定します。

一覧ビューにおける列の表示/非表示

検索結果の右上にある [] をクリックし、表示したい列を選択します。

4. 検索結果での課題の編集

課題ナビゲーターでは、個々の課題で作業をすることも、検索で返されたすべての課題で作業をすることも可能です。

個々の課題で作業する場合

  • 課題を表示: 課題キーまたは名前をクリックします。
  • 個々の課題を操作する方法: 課題行にカーソルを合わせ、その課題の詳細 (•••) をクリックしてオプションを選択します。

検索結果のすべての課題に対して作業する場合

  • 別の形式 (Excel や XML など) で検索結果をエクスポートする方法: [エクスポート] () をクリックし、目的の形式を選択します。
  • 検索結果を共有する方法: 共有 () をクリックし、受信者の詳細を入力します。
  • RSS フィードを作成する方法: [エクスポート] () > [RSS] または [RSS (コメント付き)] をクリックします。
  • 検索結果の課題を一括で変換する方法: 検索結果の上の [詳細] (•••) をクリックし、[<n> 件の課題を一括変更] を選択します。
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検索結果で課題に対して実行できる操作については、「検索結果での作業」を参照してください。

5. 検索を保存する

同じ検索を頻繁に実行する場合、それをフィルターとして保存することで、検索条件を毎回手動で再定義する必要がなくなります。

  1. 検索結果ページの上部の [名前をつけて保存] をクリックします。
  2. フィルターの名前を入力し、[送信] を選択します。

新しいフィルターは、左側のパネルで、他のお気に入りフィルター、オープンな課題自分がレポートした課題最近表示された課題すべての課題などの定義済みのフィルターと共に表示されます。

6. Print search results

After you’ve run your search criteria, and you’re happy with your search results, you can print them to populate physical task boards and track progress, thereby improving your team’s performance. You can print the results as a list to easily skim through your issues, or with issue details to dig deeper. 

To print your search results:

  1. Select Export () at the top-right.
  2. Select Print list (only in Advanced search) or Print details.


最終更新日 2021 年 9 月 13 日

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