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add request type tab to issue screen

tma I'm New Here May 18, 2021

Hi Community,

In over service project Queues view vi have the default filtering tabs - T, Key, Summary, Reporter, Assignee, Status and created.

We want to add a request type filtering tab.

Kind regards

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Hi, @tma !

Welcome to the Community!

Yes, you can configure queues columns.


Official documentation:

You can drag and drop your queues in the sidebar to order them, or edit a queue to change its name, requests filtered and columns that appear.

To edit a queue:

  1. From your service project, go to Queues.
  2. Select the queue you want to edit.
  3. Select  > Edit queue.
  4. Edit Name, Issues to show, Columns. Note that you will see a live preview of the updated issues that appear in this queue as you edit it.
  5. Select Save to confirm your changes.
tma I'm New Here May 18, 2021

Hi @Alexander Bondarev 

That was exactly what i was looking for.

Thank you :)

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It is cool! 😎

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Hello @tma 

Welcome to the community.

We cannot see the page you are referencing without being able to log into your instance. Can you provide us with a screen image?

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