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Can I use Advanced Roadmap Warnings in a "regular" Jira Filter?

I'm working on a Jira Dashboard for a Program in Advanced Roadmaps.

I'd like to use a Dashboard Filter Gadget to display all issues that are flagged with a warning in the Advanced Roadmap?

Is that feature available at this time?  Or is it only available in the Advanced Roadmap display?

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Hi @Matt Henson 

Looking at the common warnings, I expect you could create queries for some of them but not all:

JQL is not a SQL, and some of these warnings would require comparing fields at different issue levels, parent and child and grand-child.  You cannot make those comparisons with out-of-the-box JQL.  You could investigate marketplace addons for JQL or better dashboard gadgets which might show these warnings.

Best regards,


Got this from SmartSheet support:

Thanks for contacting Smartsheet Support. I can see that you're using an IF function to translate the Symbol into a text but you're getting an #UNPARSEABLE error in your formula. I'd be glad to assist!

Upon reviewing the formula that you've provided, I was able to determine that you have an incorrect formula syntax. To resolve, insert the Green between the ""  in your formula and include @RoW after [project status].

=if([project status]@row= "Green","G","No"))

For more information, please check out the following Help articles: 

Thanks for using Smartsheet! If there are no additional questions on this topic or your issue has been resolved, there is no need to reply to this email. As a valued customer your feedback is important. Please let me know how I did by clicking on the stars at the bottom of this email.

Kind Regards, 


Smartsheet Support 


This suggestion resolved the #UNPARSEABLE error. 

However, when the symbol in Project Status was a GREEN CIRCLE, the result of the formula was "No".

So, now my question is what are the values for the Green/Red/Yellow/Blue symbols in the IF function for comparison purposes ??

Hi @Matt Henson 

I am not using that add-on, so I cannot answer your question. Have you asked the vendor what the possible values are so you may query them?

Actually, I just needed to use "@row" function suggested above, and it returns the text value which works just fine for my needs.  Thank you!

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