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Custom filter in Jira Work Management

Javier Garay _Test Account_ March 1, 2024

Hi Community

Is there some way to add custom filters in Jira Work Management projects? For example, I would like to add a new "Due next week" filter just like the "Due this week" which is there by default. I've made some research, but I think is not possible by the moment.

Thanks

Javier

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John Funk
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March 2, 2024

Hi Javier,

If you are looking to do this on a board, you could create a second board and add the Quick Filter there. Here is an article to help guide you. 

https://community.atlassian.com/t5/Agile-articles/Creating-a-Second-Agile-Board-for-Team-Managed-or-JIra-Work/ba-p/2115018

 

Javier Garay _Test Account_ March 27, 2024

Hi John

I was trying to found a way to do this using lists, however, there is no way to use JQL statements or quick filters in JWM. I've resolve my issue with Confluence by creating a dashboard and using the Jira Issues gadget. Rustic but effective solution! :)

Thanks
Javier

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Trudy Claspill
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March 1, 2024

Hello @Javier Garay _Test Account_ 

Adding some custom filters is possible in JWM as per the 11/Dec/23 comment from Ben Payne in this change request:

https://jira.atlassian.com/browse/JWMCLOUD-127

But I am not seeing a method to construct the specific custom filter that you want.

I did find a change request for that capability. You can add your vote/comments to it.

https://jira.atlassian.com/browse/JWMCLOUD-337

Javier Garay _Test Account_ March 27, 2024

Hi Trudy,

After reviewing Ben's comment, I've discovered how to save a filter. However, I've encountered a limitation: there's no option to utilize JQL statements. For instance, I attempted to create a filter for tasks due today, but unfortunately, this isn't feasible. The current functionality only allows filtering based on specific dates, and saving such a filter would only apply to that exact date.

The easiest way I found to have some views and resolve my issue was to create a Confluence dashboard using the Jira Issues gadget with my desired JQL sentences for due today, due this week and due next week. Works perfect for my needs.

Thanks
Javier

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