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Filtering issues in the Backlog page using JQL

In the Backlog page of a project, there are very limited options to filter the different issues.

 

As a user I like to be able to better filter that list. E.g. to see only certain statuses, or any other filter that I will need.

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This worked for me: 

project = <your project> AND issuetype in (task, "Task ", Story, Improvement, Improvements, Research, Bug, Incident) AND status not in (Done, CANCELLED, Closed) AND (Sprint in (futureSprints()) OR Sprint is EMPTY) ORDER BY rank

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Hi @Itay Keller!

Concerning your "order by assignee" question, nothing is that simple as it looks like. Check this question, for example:

I was to see issues ordered by assignee

This field seems to be filtered by userid which is not always a real name.

I haven't tested it in my environment, though.

Hope this helps.

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Ollie Guan Community Leader Nov 11, 2018

Hi @Itay Keller,

Quick Filters let you further filter the collection of issues appearing on a Scrum or Kanban board. Use Quick Filters to switch between different issue types (e.g. show only bugs), or to show team-specific views of a common backlog.

https://confluence.atlassian.com/jirasoftwarecloud/configuring-quick-filters-764478015.html

Hi @Ollie Guan , 

Thanks for your suggestion. It seems very much like what I was looking for.

I got this question:
Even though I added to the JQL and "order by assignee" the list in the backlog is not order in that way. 

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