I am using a number of filters in JQL with filter in (), is it possible to display the name of a filter as a column so I can know which one returned a particular issue?
Ideally I would like this in a dashboard so it can be viewed inside jira, but exporting to excel will work too.
Hi @Gareth Price and welcome to the community!
Unfortunately you can't do that out of the box. Filters return issues, and issues consists of fields. "Filter" is not a field. However you could do that in a manual way:
This would work with a a custom field as well, but different custom field type, may require different implementation.
In addition, you could do the above procedure while creating an issue, using global rules.
Keep in mind @Gareth Price that global rules come with service limits. Definitely read this https://support.atlassian.com/cloud-automation/docs/automation-service-limits/.
If you don't want to use Jira automation, perhaps a workflow automation could be the solution for you.
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