I see that filters are not yet on the roadmap for next-gen board.
Is there a reason for this? And how else we can solve this issue where we had the ability to use specific sql to filter all issues into reports, etc.
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Next-gen projects were created to be more simple, so currently it's not possible to create a filter for Burnup and Velocity reports.
We have some feature requests related to filters for next-gen, but nothing related to reports:
- Roadmap Epic filter in next-gen projects
- Next-gen project backlog - filter for completed issues.
- Ability to create quick filters in Next-gen project
- Ability to configure board filters for next gen project
If you need to use filters on reports, we suggest using Classic projects.
Update - Jan 9, 2020
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Thank you for the update. In fact I was referring to quick board filters that exist on the active. I believe both these issues are referring to that, if I'm not mistaken:
Does this mean that we can expect board quick filters in the near future?
We wouldn't say that this feature will be available soon.
On this main feature, there is currently 95 sub-tasks with suggestions for next-gen and few of them was resolved, so we can't say for sure when this is going to be implemented.
Wow, pretty lame response for Atlassian that common simple features of classic projects are not planned.
The Next gen projects were pitched to us as the "next generation". There are several features in next gen projects which are not available in classic projects ... and that was why we switched to next gen (at some cost).
There are now multiple implementations of a core capability (project boards) each with a different set of features and customizability. The huge switching costs between classic and next gen makes this even worse. Now Atlassian has to maintain both classic and next gen (which slows down the pace of improvement of both implementations)
Hi @Joeri Bruneel,
There is not specific for tasks. I checked that the roadmap was updated and they will improve the filters on next-gen projects:
Please, feel free to create a sub-tasks with more details about why this feature is important for you here.
Hello, I see filtering improvements were made, according to the roadmap:
Specifically, it looks like you are able to use labels as a filter type. However, I am unable to do that on my board. Does it need to be 'turned on' or something? (I have Next-Gen)
Currently, it's not on the roadmap but there are features requests suggesting this already, so we need to wait for our dev team to check and once they start developing it will show on the roadmap:
I can't believe you need people to suggest such an obvious feature - haven't you guys been at this for a while? Why would you think people don't need to filter by custom fields? What is the point of the fields if you can't search, filter, or generate reports using the values in these fields?
I found a workaround way to filter a roadmap.
I created a new type of issues (I called it "Parent Epic").
I created one child issue of "Parent Epic" type on each Epic I want to keep in the filter.
I used the "Type" filter to keep the Epics which have a "Parent Epic" issue as a child.
Hope it will helps some people while the label filter isn't functional.
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