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Possible to set a dynamic dashboard ?


Hello,

 

I wondering if it is possible to set a dynamic dashboard based on user's groups membership ?

The aim is to limit the number of dashboards and to provide users' view of queues they are interested in. They should see their assigned requests and their groups assigned requests.

 

Thank you for your feedback.

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Hi @Olivier Courtet It is not possible to change what is displayed on the dashboard based on the user's groups. However you can change the dashboard's permissions so that it is only viewable by certain users.

This results in users only being able to see the dashboards that they have the permission to see, so is a way of only showing users the dashboards which relate to them

Thank you very much @Callum Carlile _Automation Consultants_

 

And what do you think about filters ? Is it possible that filter may displayed queue depending on users' groups ?

@Olivier Courtet So you can use something like assignee in membersOf("group-name") to only show issues where a participating user is a member of a group, but I don't believe there is a way of tailoring this for the user viewing the dashboard.

You can also do things like assignee = currentUser() which will dynamically change the list of tasks that the each user sees, where they will only see the tasks assigned to themselves

Ok thank you very much

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