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Hy Atlassian Team.
Recently, we changed one of our workflows and with that several filters, from the teams, stopped working. As a proactive way, we would like to identify which filters are based on old Statuses to help impacted teams change their filters. Is it possible to massively identify these filters?
The goal is to find all filters that use certain statuses or even specific fields in their composition.



Carlos Manga.

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Joseph Chung Yin
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May 05, 2023

@Carlos Manga Junior -

Unfortunately, out of the box it is not possible.  However when you change update an existing WF, you will see how many projects that are sharing the WF in question.

From Settings >> Issues >> Workflows, you will find the projects information that uses the specific WF.

It is important to remember when one changes a WF, one needs to know how many projects will be impacted first.  This give you a way to communicate to those project leads/admins on the changes, so he/she can take the necessary actions to support the changes accordingly.

Hope this helps.

Best, Joseph Chung Yin

Jira/JSM Functional Lead, Global Technology Applications Team

Viasat Inc.

Hi Joseph,

Thanks for your answer. I'll contact the POs!


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May 05, 2023

Do you have ScriptRunner? Is this Jira Server or Jira Cloud?

Hi Ken, thanks for answer!

It's Cloud and I dont have, unfortunately. :/.

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