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ORDER BY not doing anything at all for me.. using provided examples with standard fields


Assumption: setting ORDER BY will determine the order issues are rendered within columns


I've created the following quick filters:

duedate = empty order by created, priority asc

 (above copied from docs)

order by status
duedate = empty order by assignee


I've confirmed the `=` filters at least are doing something.. however no matter what I put for ORDER BY my board doesn't change in the slightest.

Is there something obvious I'm missing here?



It seems the sort filter for the board trumps any sort filter you apply downstream

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Bill Sheboy
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Jul 11, 2022

Hi @Cole Marsteller -- Welcome to the Atlassian Community!

Your assumption is incorrect.  Only the board filter's ORDER BY determines order on the board, even within the columns.  I believe the quick filters do not impact order.

Kind regards,

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