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filter a list of values based on another list Power scripts

Is it possible to filter a list based on a selection from another list using Power scripts

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Dave Atlassian Team Mar 22, 2021

Hi @Nannette Mori,

Do you think you could provide a little more context on this question please? You've asked it in the Advanced Roadmaps space but it's not clear how Advanced Roadmaps relates to the question. Do you want to use Power Scripts to filter within an Advanced Roadmaps plan? Any additional info you can provide might help get you a better answer,

Regards,

Dave 

I apologize this question has nothing to do with Advanced Roadmaps.

What I am asking if I can filter a custom type singular list type based on another custom type singular list type using Power scripts.

Example

If the custom_field value eq ball

custom_field value will only display A,B,C

else if custom_field value eq bat

custom field value will only display D,E,F

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Dave Atlassian Team Mar 23, 2021

Thanks for the clarification @Nannette Mori, unfortunately this isn't something I'm able to help with, but my concern is that due to the group that you've posted this question in it might not be seen by people who will be able to help. I would definitely consider reposting this in a more general Jira group

Regards,

Dave 

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