In general my question is that can I create different views where I can click a view and it displays results like "resolved issues in last 10 days" etc? or are views just for viewing data the way we want?
If we apply transformation on a view can they be saved?
I have made it work through dashboards and filters but the demand is for views and transformations
Views are just configurations of columns in the structure board and don't encompass Transformations.
Please have a look at Perspectives - this is a link to a 'snapshot' of the structure UI configuration in the exact state it was in when you created the link.
With this you don't need to have a saved view - just arrange the columns the way you want them, apply transformations and create the link. Note that scroll height and highlighted issues etc. are also preserved.
Please let me know if that solves the issue or not.
I am talking about views that are there in structure on the right (the basic or the tracking etc.).
I have been told to list resolved tasks within 7 days from the folder structure using transformations on that structure page.Please find the screenshot.Is it possible to save a transformation that we create on a structure? or to apply a JQL and when the results are displayed in the structure,then to save them to reuse the transition again.Capture.png
Thank you for the screenshot and for adding the keyword "almworks.jira.structure". This makes things clearer. I don't know this plugin, that's why I didn't know, what you mean by "view". Regular JIRA has no "views", as far as I know.
I hope, Robert answered your question to your satisfaction.
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