Sorting of properties of Releases issues not available

Atlassian 29495 February 21, 2024

Hi,

it seems there is a very basic, albeit minimal-type, feature missing in Jira: In Releases world, properties such as `P', `T', Key, Summary cannot be filtered, i.e., sorted ascending or descending in a given list. In fact the list seems to be sorted according to priority. This means that priority is favored over other parameters; but maybe the release only contains = medium tickets, but different types, ... brief sorting should be possible without going to next level (Issue Navigator).

This is unfortunate, because it would allow for great flexibility of visibility of issues at glance.

Use case/Test case: Go to Releases, move your mouse pointer to any of the headers of a property, and find that they are not clickable, i.e., do not allow sorting/filtering the list.

 

Kind Regards

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Humashankar VJ
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February 21, 2024


Hi - I hope that you are Doing good !!
As this is directly not possible in the release tab, why dont you try with issue navigator with the appropriate JQL?

Hope this helps

Thank you very much and have a fantastic day!
Warm regards

Atlassian 29495 February 22, 2024

Hi @Humashankar VJ thanks for quick reply! Yes sure I could do that, but that means additional clicks, moving away from the Release view, etc. I prefer simplicity. I know it is not there, but it could probably be done easily. Kind Regards

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Humashankar VJ
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February 22, 2024

Hi @Atlassian 29495 

Thanks for  your generosity in considering and responding to it !!

Have a great start of your Day !!

Happy Thursday.

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