You search for issues by composing a search query. A search query must contain one or more of the following:
To distinguish search by attributes from full-text search:
You can also use the "-" operator to subtract subsets from search query results. For example, #unresolved -critical displays all unresolved issues except for critical issues. Note that using the "-" operator before an attribute value doesn't require that you precede it with a hash mark.
YouTrack provides query completion in the search box to help you choose appropriate keywords and values. To display query completion at any caret position in the search box, press Ctrl+Space or Alt+Down.
Most of the following commands are applicable in the Command window as well but if you use them in commands, the aforementioned rules regarding colons, curly braces and hash marks are not applied.
In YouTrack 2.0 the following keywords were introduced or enhanced:
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