I have a Board with multiple projects assigned to. I have created Quick Filters to view a specific (or a group of specific) project(s) issues only. Unfortunately, this does ignore the new Epic panel. How can create a filter that also takes into account my Epic panel?
I have projects A, B, C, D and E in my board with issue types User Story, Bug and Epic.
Quick View 'Team Eagle' only shows the issues of projects A, B and C, but also shows the Epics of D and E in the panel. How can I get rid of Epics of project D and E in the panel when I filter on A, B and C only?
Your help is very much appreciated, it drives my teams crazy!
we too need this ability to query all of the epics and their associated sub stories and tasks
-- Story 1
We want to be able to see a burn down chart for the work remaining for Epic A and exclude any work for Epic B. So would expect to see Epic A, Story 1, Story 2, Task 1 and Task 2 in the result set.
We ran into a similar problem trying to show only epics related to issues that appeared in a RapidBoard's backlog, current or future sprints. To do this we used Jamie Echlin's script runner plugin and the following RapidBoard query:
Simple Rapid Board based on single project:
'Complex' RapidBoard based on multiple projects
This approach allows us to utilize the same rapid board filter syntax (changing the project name) and only shows the Epics that are associated with issues which are in the backlog, a future sprint, or a current sprint.
Note that applying this filter to a RapidBoard that was built automatically by JIRA Agile for a single project could result in displaying fewer Epics than the Board shows now - this is because the Epics which do not appear are not associated with any issues in your Board's backlog or current/future sprints.
Hope that helps someone.
here are two filter examples:
Team#1: project in ("Me Portal") ORDER BY Rank ASC
Team#2: project in (Answers, Community) ORDER BY Rank ASC
I use the filters to show a certain subset of issues in the board. It works perfectly fine with all issue types except the Epics which are in the separate Panel now.
I doubt that NOT IN will help as it seems the JQL is ignored by the Panel but I will give it a try.
so you just wanna hide Team#1s issues from Team#2 while both teams using the same board right?
in that case using labels or a new custom_field could help
which jira version is that? don't know exactly wich release brought " in (membersOf(<GROUP>))" to JQL but this can help filtering for i.e. assignees or reporters from a jira-group
well i got no chance to test in 5.1.8 atm cause i only stress upcomming releases. sorry bout that.
i tried in 5.2.5
rapidbord TEST using 3 projects.
filter > project in (A,B,C) ORDER BY Rank ASC
on the TEST board i added Quickfilter "B only" with
jql > project not in (A,C)
jql > project = B
5.2.5 using GH 6.1.2
With Greenhopper 6.1 the Epics were moved to a Panel left to the Board. The QuickFilters work for all issue types which are not Epics and therefore shown in the Board but not for Epics. It always shows all Epics to me (in the Panel). Can you confirm that your filter also filters the Epics in the panel? I just tried with the issuetype filter and it doesn't make a difference, it just doesn't show any issue in the Board but all Epics of all projects in the panel.
Thanks so much for your support!
no unfortunately i didn't find time yet.
but i believe the reason is that the epic panel is not checking for issue-type (epic). it is using the new epic-label stuff.
epic panel seems to include every epic data thats from your rapid board. cross project
this is what I was wondering about. to me it doesn't make any sense to be able to filter the other issue types but not the Epics, specially as those are still part of a project, too. however, thanks a lot for your input, i will need to raise a bug with Atlassian for this.
I'm running into the same problem.
I have a board that covers multiple projects and we wind up with dozens of Epics in the Epic panel using the Plan view. When I'm meeting with the project owner of A I'd like to be able to show only the Epics that relate to Project A in the Epic Panel. I've tried various ways of filtering but nothing seems to filter the Epic Panel list.
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