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Can you modify the criteria of the Assignee filter?

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I used Jira Cloud, when I look at a board, at the top, it has an icon with everyone's name on it, if I click the icon it shows me all the tickets assigned to that person.  I want to change this behavior for my board.

Current: if Assigneee=selectedUser

Desired: if Assigneee=selectedUser or Tester=selectedUser or Reporter=selectedUser

Is that possible?

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Trudy Claspill Community Leader Dec 15, 2022

Hello @Eric Engel 

No, that is not possible.

You cannot change the filter associated with those avatars/buttons. They are strictly for filtering based on the Assignee field.

You would need to build custom filters that use your JQL, but they would have to explicitly specify the user, as it is not possible to build quick filters that support dynamic or selection list options natively. So you would end up with a quick filter for each person.

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