When roaming through my project queue I often lose track which tickets I've recently worked on.
I have used other software before, where it was possible to just jump to the next ticket in my queue. I don't want to leave the ticket and have to choose the next one out of the project queue.
I have tried shortcuts, but it only works in the project view.
Any suggestions ver much appreciated.
Hi @Martin Mussel and welcome to the community!
You can user Jira's shortcuts to do many things:
Moving to the next/previous issue on a project while viewing only the issue list, is a piece of cake (use j or k). However I don't think that it's feasible to move to a previously working issue, unless this issue was on a list you currently view.
Let me know if that helps.
Thx for your hint!
While viewing the list j + k shortcuts work fine to move the bar up and down.
I would love to skip going back to that list and just proceed with the next issue.
When you have a bunch of issues it would be so helpful to just head over to the next issue in the list, without leaving the issue.
I see ..maybe I could sort the issues by last updated, to avoid jumping into the same ticket again by accident. It's just I have 50+ issues in my project queue and when I receive calls it's not so easy to get into my workflow again.
I guess you didn't hear of any plugins to help with that?
Thanks a lot for your support!
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