I have a large number of issues within a JWM project, but I want to visualise only a subset of these in the List, Calendar or Timeline views, based on the issue labels. For example, I only want to see issues that are assigned to Alice, Bob and Charlie, issues before a certain date or issues that have a specific item checked in a multi-select box.
Is there a way to do this within the native JWM views, either directly or view Jira Filters?
Are there plans to provide filters other than the current options (assignee, status, issue type)? I have a Business Development team, for instance, that would like to track multiple events in a single JWM project, perhaps categorizing them by labels or components. However, there is currently no way to see a filtered List view on the basis of either label or component, so I'm forced to fall back to a Jira Software team-managed project, where I can leverage epics for subdividing work.
@David Gaskell we do a gradual rollout for features, meaning that a new percentage of users will receive filters every day! You can expect to see filters live by the end of the week PST.
This feature will become live with a simple page refresh, no admin interaction needed. Cheers!
@Chase Wilson Great to hear that timeline + calendar views also got enhanced with the Filter options. Still missing them on our Jira cloud solution, though. When will this be rolled out globally? Would reaaaaaally make a world of difference for us in getting value out of these views. Thanks so much!
Hi @Chase Wilson , I am looking for the same feature. Until now, no filter is visible in the Timeline view.
Any visibility as well on the possibility to filter using any field? My company is leveraging Insight for JSM and we need to filter the timeline view using insight custom fields.
Checking to see if they're just not rolled out to 100% of the population yet. This is what the feature looks like on the timeline view. Filtering on custom fields isn't yet supported on the list, but you can do so in the global Filters section in the top navigation bar.
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