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Sorting all projects issues only by priority in a list without grouping

Hi Team

Is there any way to have all projects issues (different keys ) sorted by priority in a single list?

So far we have an issue sorting list but tasks are grouped per project.

 

Thanks in advance for your time,

KA

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Welcome to the Atlassian Community!

Yes, you just sort by priority, either by using "order by priority" or clicking on the column in the issue navigator.

Your problem is that priority is not a unique way to sort - many issues can have the same priority.

Jira defaults to project and issue age when displaying a list of issues.  It's doing that within each priority you have because you haven't told it what else you want to sort by.

Dear Nic

Thank you for your welcome and prompt response.

There is an additional sorting parameter, "the user"

Currently there are 10 projects and 4 users. What we need is a dashboard or report with all (or top 10) tasks sorted by priority and independently from other parameter like project, user, etc.

Would that be feasible?

 

Thanks for your time and effort

KA

Ok, change your saved filter from 

"<something> order by priority" 

to

"<something> order by priority, user-field"

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