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Why I can't see filters from another user?



I have 2 admin accounts A and B. I noticed I created filters on account A but when I'm in account B I can only see some of the filters created by account A. 


Could it be a permissions issue? In Global Permissions I have account B to be able to share reports.



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Ok, figured it out. Seems like if you're not the creator of the filter you can't see it. So what you need to do is add yourself to the group the filter is using then you should be able to see it.

Well, not quite, it just means the creator (and hence owner) of the filter has not yet shared it with other people.  Filters are, by default, private, visible only to the owner until it is shared.

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Ah I see! Ok, thanks!

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Nancy Lopez Atlassian Team Aug 07, 2021

These feature requests from both Jira Server and Jira Cloud may provide some extra context here. Hope it helps!

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