i just now check our filters on jira and i can see that there are tens of filters created by individuals who have long ago left the organisation.
How do i now get rid of the filters that have created?
Is there any easy way without hacking into the database?
Depending on the column, there would probably be 2 solutions. First would be to delete them in the shared filters window and then find the ones that aren't shared by logging in as the users in questions with the script runner plugin:
Alternatively you can delete them from the db directly, in the ''searchresults'' table. I also recomment that you delete the relevant information from the ''favouriteassociation'' table as a precaution
We use SharedManager which is a free tool. If you use Server version here is the link: https://marketplace.atlassian.com/apps/1216249/sharedmanager?hosting=server&tab=reviews
You still need to delete them one at a time but you can delete or change owner as you wish.
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