These are just different JQLs behind the queues.
F.e. Unassigned splits in a queue with all unassigned issues and issue type/ request type separated
Unassigned - assignee is empty
hardware - assignee is empty and "issue type" = hardware / assignee is empty and "request type" = hardware
These are just multiple JQL which look like such a grouping.
Hope this could help you - if you have specific questions for this feel free to ask
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@SXPCPH It's literally just faking a grouping of queues. So there is no real function behind. You got your "mainqueue" f.e. Hardware requests (component = hardware) ↳ Keyboard requests (component = hardware and category = keyboard) ↳ Mouse requests (component = hardware and category = mouse) So you give the queue a name - every "underqueue" gets an arrow ↳ to fake the visual effect of groups. Behind every queue is just another JQL statement and no real grouping function .. hope this feature comes in a future release. Hope this can help you.
@Simon Kegel Thanks for you help , i cant understand that , let me start in what i have and what i want to do , i have a list of clients name and i have created a feild with all of those names in the customer portal what i want to do is to create a head queue with as (clients) and Place those clients queues as sub queue i have tried to wirte whatever in the JQL statement but cant get it to work thanks in advnace
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