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Why can't I sort by Assignee in Portfolio for JIRA

We are wanting to sort by Assignee in portfolio. Our Assignee's are the project managers for the specific epics and it would make our lives much easier if we bring an Assignee column in. Let me know if y'all have any suggestions or workarounds.

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Tzu Hau Chai Atlassian Team Apr 16, 2018

Assuming you are referring to the field columns in the scope view, it is still not possible to add the assignee field: https://jira.atlassian.com/browse/JPOSERVER-193

you can use some third party plugin's scripted custom field (which can be added to the scope view) to pull data from the JIRA fields you mentioned, but this is not really an elegant solution.

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