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Create filter based on different watchers.

I'm trying to create a filter to see what all my agile team members are watching. Similar to see all issues I am watching, I'd like to create a filter based on multiple watchers.

 Something like this: watcher = (a431222) OR watcher = (a446783)

How do I go about this?

Please help and thank you in advance!

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Hi @Alexander Nygren 

I'd recommend creating a group for your agile team and using something like this:

watcher in membersOf("group name")

 Replacing group name with the actual name of the group of course. This way you don't have to maintain the filter if you add/remove team members, just update the group.

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