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How do I see what a certain user is working on? Edited

Is there a way to click on an asignee and see what they are working on- like see their Board?


This way you can see their workload- what they have "to do", what they have "in progress", and what they have completed.


Please let me know.



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Hi @Emily Levis

similar as your other question, you could do an advanced search with the following JQL:

assignee = username

Then you would get all issues as results where this user is the assignee.


Hi Matthias.


Thank you so much for getting back to me so quickly!


I am very very new to Jira core and so am not sure how to do an advanced search. Also am not sure what a JQL is. 


Is there no way to just click on the user and see their Board?

Hi Emily,

no worries. Are you using Jira Cloud or is it installed on a server under your control?

Hi Matthias


I am just using the Cloud trial for now.

Ok, on Jira Cloud, this documentation explains you how you can search:

  • From your project's sidebar, select Issues and filters.
  • Select a filter Viewed recently or Reported by me, for example.
  • Enter text in the search field above the list of issues to refine the list.
  • Reorder and sort the list of issues using the controls at the top of the list.
    • You can order the list of issues by priority, created date, status, and more.
    • You can choose to sort the list as ascending or descending.
  • Select an issue to view or edit it.

However, on a second thought, you could also simply click on the icons of the people on top of a board which would also filter all issues on the board accordingly.



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