Advanced Searching via Quick filters

For the Active Sprint quick filters I’d like a query that displays:

  • A users sub-tasks
  • To show unassigned sub-tasks for the stories which the user has a relation to (meaning the user has a sub-task or owns the story)
  • To show a users Done sub-tasks that were completed no more than 2 days prior to the current day

 

Thank you in advance for your time and support, 

Brittany 

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Most of this goes back to defining what some of what you've said really means.

"A user's sub-tasks" - how do we know that they "have" the task?  This goes into your second question - "to which the user has a relation".  In all of these, how are you telling JIRA who the sub tasks and stories "belong" to?

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Hi @Brittany Woerner

Use our Agile Board Filter add-on to filter out the boar/backlog without having to use Quick Filters in a more intuitive way

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