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I'd like to make a board that shows issues assigned to members of a specific Portfolio team, the reason being that they sometimes work on bugs etc., that don't have the Team field filled out.
If I had used groups instead, I would be able to do like this:
assignee in membersOf("My Team")
but this doesn't work for Portfolio teams. Is there another way?
There might be an option but I think you're not gonna like it. It all goes down to filling out the freaking Team field anyway :)
But automatically. Add a project automation rule to fill out the field with a set value in case a bug is assigned to a certain engineer.
This will essentially gives you two lists (one inside the portfolio team and another inside the automation rule) with a need to keep them coherent but... I have warned you :)
It also needs to work for other kinds of issues. For instance, we have a type for questions/decisions. These are normally assigned to people who might know or people with authority and not to a team as such. The team as a whole cannot resolve it. So the team field is normally not filled out on this type.
But automatically filling it out anyway seems like a way that might work. The question question then is whether I can do this easily - I'm only a space admin, not a global admin. I'll find out.