How can I see which items I am watching

Hi all,

as many other I am watching some items on Atlassians Jira regarding "unexpected behavior" of our Confluence. Do I have any possibilty to see which items I have voted for or which items I am just watching? I cant find anything in my profile that would lead there.

Thanks, Bruce

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Thomas Schlegel Community Champion Mar 06, 2013

Hi Bruce,

use this JQL:

watcher = currentUser()

Cheers

Thomas

Thomas Schlegel Community Champion Mar 06, 2013

Hi Bruce,

maybe my answer was a liitle too short, sorry.

You have to login to the Jira instance you want to know your watched items. After you are logged in, just open the search dialog (Issues -> Search for issues), change to advanced search and enter the JQL mentioned above.

Maybe you can also have a look here.

Cheers

Thomas

Hi Thomas,

I am not sure how to use your answer. What I ment is that I am watching items on Atlassians JIRA like e.g. CONF-26210

How can I find out which other items are being watched by me or have been voted for. So it is not in a JIRA installation we are running.

Cheers, Bruce

Thanks, that is what I was looking for.

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