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Is there any way to filter users based on their Organization/Department using JQL ?

Our Atlassian User Profiles are managed by Okta. The profile information synced between Okta and Atlassian. Is there any way to filter users based on their Organization/Department using JQL?

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Kieren Atlassian Team Sep 15, 2020

Hi Salih,

I'm not sure if this profile information is available via JQL.

As an alternative, you could use the Group Names that your users are synced to, e.g.

reporter in membersOf("hr-dept-users")

Hi Kieren,

My use case was to automate the process of adding users to the groups based on their Department/Org.

Kieren Atlassian Team Sep 17, 2020

Hi Salih,

No sorry, we don't have any functions that would support that.

Since you can sync groups from Okta to Atlassian, you could look into what functions Okta provide to create groups based on the user Department/Org, and then sync those groups to Atlassian?

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