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How to show a list or report of all the code review topics created by some group of developers?

I would like to see code review topics created by some particular group of developers (subset of all developers using Crucible).

I tried Review Dashboard's custom filter - however, I am unable to show reviews for more then one author (tried to separate the authors ids with comma ",").

Is there any option to acomplish it?

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I would like to see code review topics created by

I just tried separating several Creators by commas and it worked fine. Perhaps what you should be filtering on the creator not the author.

Hi, in my installation when I put more then one user ID in any of the fields (Author, Moderator, Creator, Reviewer) either separeted with comma, space or semicolon it just gets ignored. This field in not influencing the filtering.

Looks like that there is by definition only single value enabled.

Hope I am wrong and there is a way to give more than one item in filter options? (or perhaps there is a way to define group of users somewhere else and use group name in this field?)

BR,

Blazej

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