you could try;
...AND assignee IN memberof("groupname")
to get all issues assigned to members of that group. If you like you can extend this with reporter, creator, etc with eg.
...AND (assignee IN memberof("groupname") OR reporter IN memberof("groupname"))
Does this help?
currentuser() is a function like memberof(). You can only do selects on fields of an issue which can be compared against other field or functions. One solution could be to create a custom field containing all users related to that or containing groups related to that issue.
Hi @Diego Daniel Gil
Though i am not clear with your question , i give you some instances.
project = "design" AND assignee = currentUser().
This is one way you can find current user as assigne in project design. Similarly
project = "Design" AND Repoter = currentUser()
will fetch you the tickets reported by the current user in the project .
Hope this matches your question or clarifies you .
what you mention is correct, but it is not what I need, not necessarily who is consulting has a role within the issue, for example, enter to consult someone who only has to control who is working.
project = TICKET AND issuetype = Ticket and Aplication in ("nameaplication") AND currentuser() in memberof("namegroup")
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