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How to add a dropdown list of assignees as quick filter on kanban board?

On Quickfilter on the board i want to be able to select one or another assignee to filter the JIRA list on the board. How can this be done?

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Nic Brough Community Leader Jan 18, 2017

I'm afraid quick-filters don't do that.  You have to go into their definition and write queries for what you want to filter on.

But you could create a quickfilter button for each of your team members. Not quite a single dropdown but would still work.

Yes I did that. Thanks!

Since this question was asked, filtering by Assignee has been added to the Agile view.

How would one be able to add a filter by label? 

Jira Server o cloud?

I would love to have Quick Filter with a dropdown list of all labels to filter my Agile Board (using Jira Cloud)

Filtering by labels just like Assignee would be really useful as well.

Yes, +1 for being able to have these. Label is nice but I would love a drop down for fixVersions for the Kanban board.

Like Vasily Meleshko likes this

Is this coming to the server version as well?

For reference, for JIRA Software (server) this is tracked here: https://jira.atlassian.com/browse/JSWSERVER-4735

Recently in our Jira Cloud we have started to see 'Asignee' drop down quick filter :) thank you!

Not everybody in my team sees the drop down quick filter Assignee. how can i get it visable to all users?

Deleted user Sep 14, 2018

+1 i've seen this on some JIRA instances but unable to find where to add it ?

Per this documentation, this is only available in the JIRA Cloud version. See JIRA Server version ticket.

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