Issues with Activity Stream

The activity stream widgets shows every activity performed by every user across the organization, it is irrelevant. How can the activity stream be filtered to show only activity on projects that are relevant to the user.

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Hi Hiten,

In the Activity Stream gadget you can apply a filter:

 

  • Apply filters  — by default, the gadget will display all activity for all projects. If you wish to refine this, select the Apply filterscheck-box, then select the '+' signs to filter the activity by:
    • Project
    • JIRA Issue Key
    • Update Date
    • Username — the user(s) whose activity you wish to monitor. You can specify multiple usernames delimited by spaces, e.g. "jsmith tjones dbrown".

I'm unsure of whether you're using Server or Cloud so here' screenshots from both:

Server

ServerFilter.png

Cloud

CloudFilter.png

Let me know if you have any questions.

Cheers,

Branden

what is the right syntax to input for single username? for multiple?  i tried everything but it is not working

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