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JQL filter for all Team(s) the currentUser is part of

Maybe this is a bit of an anti-pattern to start with. I have a global board which contains a very specific issue type for our Advanced Roadmap. I want our teams to use this board to create these specific issues. However, there are a lot of issues so I'd like to provide a filter to show only issues for the 'shared teams' the current user is part of.


So in my mind the filter would be something like `... where Team in currentUserTeams()`.



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Walter Buggenhout _ACA IT_
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Apr 28, 2023

Hi @Neil Chambers,

That sounds like a great suggestion, but unfortunately not something that is currently supported. There is currently a change rolling out where these teams are being integrated with the teams feature under People, so maybe in time this suggestion might gain traction. You can always raise that suggestion to the team via e.g. in product feedback.

Also - on a side note - be careful with the statement "I want our teams to use this board to create these specific issues". Issues are not created in a board, they are created (and stored) in a Jira project. Whenever a user hits the create button at the top of your screen, he/she has the freedom to create issues in any project and of any issue type they have access to. No board will ever be able to prevent that from happening.

Hope this helps!

Hi Walter, Thanks. I'll certainly raise the suggestion.


And thanks for the clarification on the backing store for the issues. I always confuse boards and projects but I know what I meant to say ;)

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