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JQL to see the tickets assigned to my groups

pedro.gavilan July 19, 2021

HI, I would like to have a queue or a filter to see all tickets assigned to my groups. 

My user can be a member of multiple groups. How can I do? I want the filter to update depending on the groups the user belongs to. Thank you very much.

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Derek Shore
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January 30, 2024

I have a similar request, but I'd like the filter to be dynamic. So if my group membership changes, or I share the queue with someone in different groups, we still only see the tickets assigned to the groups we are in. Is that possible? 

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Benjamin
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July 19, 2021

Hi @pedro.gavilan ,

 

You could use a JQL like this one:

 

assignee in memberOf(yourgrouphere)

 

Hope this helps 

Heather Jewell June 27, 2022

Do you need a plug in to get this query to work? @Benjamin 

 

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June 27, 2022

Hi @Heather Jewell 

 

This is out of the box. 

 

The command should like this:

 

assignee in membersOf("Feature QA")

 

There's an "s" in members and you need to put the group in double quotes.

 

Hope that works out for you!

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