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I'm trying to create a filter query that finds work assigned to members of a team across different projects.
It seems like I should be able to accomplish this by creating a team, adding the appropriate people to it, and then using a filter query like this:
assignee in membersOf("Team Name")
However Jira does not recognize "Team Name" as a group as expected by the membersOf() function, even though the Team exists with that name.
I have been able to get it to work using a string like this:
assignee in (member1,member2,member3...)
But this seems like it will be a headache to manage as people move on or off the team.
Any better way to accomplish this?
Welcome to the community.
How did you define the Teams and their members? If it was the Team option under the People menu, that is not an entity that can be used in filters.
membersOf only works for User Groups. You would have to create your Team as a User Group.
Thanks Trudy and Mikael - looks like you were both right. I'd used the Team option under the People menu. I'd hoped there was a way to use the membersOf() function with a Team (since I do not have sufficient admin privileges to create a Group) but it sounds like that is not possible.
To all who have commented on or are watching this thread, there are changes coming to the Teams functionality.
Check out this article: