Filter per team across multiple projects

Bruna Martins March 6, 2024

I've created a team and assigned the team members. This team works across different projects, but when trying to filter just for the team, it doesn't show any issues. How can I create this filter?

 

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Tansu Akdeniz
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March 6, 2024

Hi @Bruna Martins 

Did you mark Team field while creating issues? 

Bruna Martins March 6, 2024

No, the team is new. I created it to start filtering existing issues.

Tansu Akdeniz
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March 6, 2024

You need to fill Team field in existing issues in order to get results. If you don't, JQL doesn't return anything. There is a Team and team members but which issues are associated?

Bruna Martins March 6, 2024

Is there an easier way to filter a number of tickets based only on owner, without having to update issues, then? Like a group?

Tansu Akdeniz
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March 6, 2024

It is not supported yet. There is an open ticket. Please watch and vote: JRACLOUD-74842

For the groups, you can use the following:

assignee in membersOf("group_name")

 

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