Hi @Joju S,
You can use a JQL query to create a filter returning all issues in a release.
Example: fixVersion = 0.0.0.0
Then, you can use your query in a dashboard or board to have additional views of the same data.
Is that what you mean?
Hope that helps,
the details depend on your version of Jira and associated UI (new or old). But basically as follows:
Issues > Search for Issues > Advanced
project = xxx and fixVersion = x.y.z
If the Fix Version spans projects then you can omit the project or include all projects.
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