I have created 4 filters for my board so that I can filter components and underlying activities based on my business function.
Data is shown correctly when I use the first filter, but for subsequent filters, data shown includes a sub-set of data for the first filter as well.
The same problem happens when I select third and fourth filter as well.
Ok, I'm completely lost on what the problem is now. Could you give us a worked example? e.g. from a board with something like "project = X", two quick filters, what happens when you select one, then the other, and then what you really expect it to do differently?
Sure, here goes:
I have 2 filters:
Steps followed to show content:
1. Click on Filter A. It displays content x, y
2. Un-select Filter A and click on Filter B. It displays content a, b and also displays content x for Filter A.
Content should be displayed only for the filter selected.
I thought thats what I have given.
My issue is: Filters are showing me the content they should, but they are not "acting" exclusive of each other.
i.e. Filter B, apart from filtering and showing content related to it, also shows content filtered for Filter A.
I am not able to attach a screenshot here, maybe that would have made it simpler for you to understand.
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