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Combine values in one column in Rich Filters

I'm sure it's possible, but I'm not sure how to do it.  I have a Rich Filter that is querying 2 projects.  Proj1 has a field titled 'Git Pull Request' and Proj2 has a field titled 'Docs Pull Request'. I'd like to create a view that shows me these two fields in one column.  I thought maybe I needed a Smart Filter, but I'm not sure what my JQL should be.

Here is what I have now for my view:

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Dave Liao
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Dec 03, 2020

@Nicole Baratta - Unfortunately it looks like Rich Filters can't handle this particular use case. They offer a custom values option, but primarily numeric values are expected. If you haven't, ping the vendor (Qotilabs) for their thoughts!

Long-term solution: if those two fields are truly interchangeable, get everyone to agree on a single field, then configure both projects the same way. With a bulk issue update, the transition should be relatively painless. :)

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