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how to find all issues i am watching

i'm doing my best to find a way to bulk stop watching all issues i currently am a watcher on.  can't find an easy answer unless i'm a java coder or a wizard level 19.  anyone able to help?

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you can call a JIRA QL like this one:

 

watcher = currentUser() AND resolution = Unresolved ORDER BY priority DESC, updated DESC

To be able to find all those tickets with your watch. (I've clicked on all of them to unwatch manually though)

this worked!! thanks

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This worked perfectly, thank you!

If I apply the command:

watcher = currentUser () AND resolution = Unresolved ORDER BY priority DESC, updated DESC

It shows all the incidents that I follow, what will be the command to apply to show the incidents that I do not follow?

Like tomohiko nakata likes this

Try "watcher != currentUser() or watcher is empty"

I did not succeed. It shows me a message that says:
"No incidents found that match the specified search criteria"

Ok, let's break it up a bit.  What do you get from

  • issuetype = incidents and resolution = Unresolved
  • issuetype = incidents and resolution = Unresolved and watcher = currentUser()
  • issuetype = incidents and resolution = Unresolved and watcher != currentUser()
  • issuetype = incidents and resolution = Unresolved and watcher is empty

Just the number of results for each is all we need. 

Like Suneel Pinaka likes this

It worked like a charm! 

Thanks!

This worked, Thanks ! :)))

works fine! Thanks!

Worked like a champ!

Thanks! is it possible to add 2 different resolutions to filter by? I've playing around with"watcher in (currentUser()) AND resolution = Unresolved ORDER BY priority DESC, updated DESC" with no success to have resolution Unresolved and Incomplete in the same query, pretty much I'm trying to filter all ACTIVE (only) issues I'm watching. Any input will be truly appreciate it

You should not have a resolution of "incomplete" - the fact the resolution is there means that is is finished with - i.e. complete.  It's not open because you have resolved it.

23 votes

Try running a filter for

issue in watchedIssues()

Then, hit the "bulk edit" option in the navigator with a magic missile, and you'll find the option to add/remove watches.

(Note that both features are for higher level JIRA dungeons - 6.3 and above if memory serves)

Thanks, this is exactly what I needed.

Thanks @Nic Brough _Adaptavist_  this worked great for me!

watcher = currentUser()

Hi, what's the difference between "watcher != currentUser()" and "issue not in watchedIssues()". It gives me different results with the number of issues

The first query

watcher != currentUser()

does not return issues without a watcher, it will only return issues where there is at least one watcher, but you are not one of them.

watcher != currentUser OR watcher is EMPTY

AND

issue not in watchedIssues()

will return the same values because the second query returns all issues where you are not implicitly watching.

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