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Is it possible to create a filter that allows you to add specific projects manually?
Because I need to create an overview of all the project I am involved in on a board. However not all of these projects are assigned to me directly.
Thanks in advance
Hi @Sergio M_ Gard, welcome to Atlassian Community. If I understand your question correctly you might create a filter listing all projects needed for your result set by using IN like this:
project IN (projectA, projectB, projectC)
Then you can manually add or remove any project key according to the current involvment. In the Board itself you might seperate them by creating quick filters, or by swimlanes.
I'm not sure this answers your question though, so if I misunderstood something please provide more information on the exact problem.
Hi @Sergio M_ Gard, in e.g. MP-1035 (your first entry) is the project key MP or is it actually MP-1035? I mean are MP-1035 actually an issue key, and not the project key?
If you are actually refering to issue keys in your JQL you will instead need something like this:
key IN (MP-1035, MP-1244, MP-506, PCT-8396, PCT-10026, MP-1730)
This will look for specific issues and not specific project.
Hi @Sergio M_ Gard , did you try the last JQL I sent in my prevous comment? This should fetch the issues.
Key is the identifyer for the issue, so the issue numbers you are reffering to are the keys. They are the same.
On every issue you will se the key on the top, like shown here:
Those works in filters when using "key in" as shown here: