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I'm using Jira cloud, Scrum board and I want to create a dropdown filter that allow me to select from existing list
for example: I want to filter out the issues that assigned to specific version - I want to be able to navigate between versions by open the filter and select different version from the list (dropdown list)
note: I don't want to create filter for each version
Quick filters do not take parameters like that. You have to define JQL for them.
JQL does have functions that might help though - see https://support.atlassian.com/jira-software-cloud/docs/advanced-search-reference-jql-functions/ and check out the version related functions - an obvious one might be "version in unreleasedVersions()" to hide all the stuff that's been released.
Hi @Noa Lidar ,
The following is not possible. The closest you get are swimlanes.
However, why are you not making use of the version report for this as i believe it should already allow you view all issues that are associated with a specific version.
If you must, you can raise a request with Atlassian at jira.atlassian.com if such a functionality has not yet been raised as a feature request.
Hi @Noa Lidar a, welcome to the Community..
You cannot achieve this OOTB. You might check out the marketplace for options. I have come across the following previously but don’t personally use so can’t say for sure if it will meet your requirements. Dynamic Filters: JQL Replacer & Gadgets.