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I have employees that have set up several filter subscriptions. I have two questions about filter subscriptions:
1. Are subscriptions to filters included in the migration?
2. Is there a way I can clean up subscriptions as an administrator? I have a few subscriptions where the author/owner is no longer an employee. I do not see a way that a system administrator can change or delete the subscription.
We are on Jira v9.4.5
Hi @Michelle Gronwold -
#1 (Edited - I found the answer in an link I missed earlier): No.
JCMA currently does not include filter subscriptions in it's migration and they need to be recreated manually post-migration.
For #2, I'm reading that admins should be able to delete private filters and subscriptions:
I can confirm - having done this myself. You should:
NOTE: there is no way to update issues during migration (e.g. using the REST API) without modifying the "Updated" date field. See JRACLOUD-38572
This means that if you use the REST API to update issue fields (after JCMA), then any filters based on time since last updated will give misleading results after your Cloud migration.