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Can't make a filter to show only "Rejected" stories


I'm trying to create a new Quick Filter to make Rejected stories to show in the backlog but I can't make it work.

This is my current query:  

project = "My Project" AND status = Rejected 

I tried adding the backlog name, the status code, the resolution name and nothing works. Backlog always shows empty:


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Hi @Manuel Lara  -- Welcome to the Atlassian Community!

Normally, the backlog displays the issues in the To Do status ( and for scrum teams, anything assigned to the current sprint).

Please check the status mapping for your board to learn where your Rejected status is mapped and what is its status category.

Best regards,


You were right Bill. I just made a custom filter for the Issues section and found everything I wanted. Dunno how I didn't realize before. Guess I was frustrated already.  😀

I was able to create the filter and my own Dashboard.


Thanks for the answer

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