Combinding and excluding multiple filter

I would like to to create a combinding filter with one excluding filter, like this

filter in ("A", "B") and filter not in ("C")

Is there something special to do in those filter A, B, C to get the right results?

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@Roger 

Hi Roger, you could do it like the following:

JiraFilter.png

Hello Veronique

Thanks for reply, but is not like that.

I meant that i have divers favourite filters (given filternames) and i would like to combined those filters

Filtername "A" which have already certain logic and give me a result

("A" is the Filtername)

Filtername "B" which have already certain logic and give me a result

etc.

John Funk
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Aug 10, 2020

Hi Roger,

Did you try your filter to see what you get? 

It would look something like:

Filter in (204563, 204567) and filter != 210084

John Funk
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Aug 10, 2020

I don't know that you are going to be able to do that in a single query. You are probably better off deconstructing the query and writing a new one. 

I try that before but the result is incorrect or not give me the result i expected:

I need a result with "filter in (A, B) and (wihtout) filter != "C" but JIRA only show a result "A and B" but not deduct the result of filter "C" (C is a part of A)

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