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How do i create a new filter in new JIRA UI

I want to create a new filter in new UI, but i am unable to find from where i should create a filter

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You should go to Issues->Search Issues. Then you should enter your JQL Query and use the "Save as" button.

Deleted user Mar 28, 2018

The user experience is really bad! 

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Yes I agree... not obvious at all

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This is ridiculous. I hope they have filed a Jira for this.

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this is a terrible interface.  I'm moving to a new tool

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agreed. terrible.  where are my saved filters? how do I copy and existing filter?  I wonder if any real users are consulted with this new UX.  #sadpanda

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On-boarding newbies was more graceful in the previous UX. Newbies found it much easier to poke around and find out things for themselves. This new UX is counter-intuitive (maybe it's just me). All around the new UX caused a drag on our productivity and endless frustration. Not happy - maybe it will improve going forward.

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It really helped me. Thanks a lot

Horrible Horrible Horrible user experience.  Just horrible.

When I go to 'My Filters' page ... there's no 'Create Filter' function? ... this is a mere oversight ... can you add a 'Create Filter' button/function to this page?

Thank you.

Best,

Allan

I know that it has been answered, but for anyone (like me) enjoys to consume information in the video format, I would suggest watching this video on how to create a quick-filter:

 

 https://youtu.be/8LrVMrgiytA

 

In this video I also go into some basic JQL, that might be helpful!

They still have not fixed this horrible user experience.

Go to Issues->Search Issues. For me, the missing piece was one must click "Advanced search". Then you should enter your custom JQL Query search and press the "Save as" button.

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