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Is it possible to find a filter without typing its full name into a gadget?

Where I'm at, we have a LOT of filters, with many people sharing thousands. 

I have my own saved filters that I use to create dashboards, and generally don't care about the company-wide filters. 

When I'm trying to apply a filter to a gadget, or in Zephyr to add filtered test cases to a test plan, the search results are awful. If my filter is called "2020 All Tests Associated With JiraID-2332", and I start typing "2020 All Tests" I'll only see shared filters with any of those words (it's an OR condition), but not my own, even if the list only contains a couple of results. As I continue to type, eventually it states there are no results. "2020 All Tests Associated With JiraID-233" will return no results, but when I add that last "3", suddenly it can see my unshared filter. 

Is there a way to get this search functionality to return more relevant results/find my saved filter when nothing else matches the text I've entered before I type the full name?

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