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How to build dropdown control with custom values?

I am trying to build a dropdown control that has manually defined values, e.g. user names that belong to a group of users, so that I can with one click filter issues that are assigned to any of those users.

Is something like that possible at all?

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My use case is that I have two groups of users defined in Jira. Call them Reds and Blues. Reds has 5 users, Blues has 8 users. I want to filter my dashboard based on assignee that belongs to Reds or Blues. Imagine control that reads:

Assignee belongs to group:

  • Red
  • Blue

Upon selecting Red, all my data is filtered by the 5 assignees from the Red group.

In JQL there is something like

assignee in membersOf("Red")


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Tracy Chow
Atlassian Team
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Apr 18, 2022

Hi @Krzysztof Achinger, group data is not yet in the Data Lake. So I imagine one way to achieve this in the meantime would be setting up an automation rule such that whenever the issue's Assignee is updated, it adds a Label or custom field to note which group the assignee is in, and then you can report on that.

Thank's Tracy. This workaround will do me :-) 

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Something like the 'Quick Filters' in a Kanban board would be phenomenal to have on a dashboard. If I am reporting across a portfolio, I want to have a button I can click that will automatically apply a set of filters to existing controls (e.g. project, issue type)

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