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Jira portfolio : Filter on my "watch" views

I would like to filter my portfolio for the issues that I am watching

 

How can I do that

Is tehre a better way than adding a label, its too tedious everytime tom add a label 

Or can I filter using any JQL?

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Cristiano Mariano
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Apr 27, 2020

Hi @sharmila patwardhan ! How are you doing?

You could use this expression in your JQL query:

watcher = currentUser()

Hope this helps!

Where exactly I can use it? I have not found any search option as such. 

I can just see filter window and view settings option

I dont want to write JQL as source of portfolio but want to filter current portfolio content just like i can search on label, component and other fields

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