How can I see all the issues I'm watching?

Marie-Helene Lavoie February 7, 2020


I would like to see a list of the issues I am currently watching. Is it possible?

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Mohamed Benziane
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February 7, 2020

Hello @Marie-Helene Lavoie 

You can set up a dashboard, in wich you will add the foolowng gadget :

watched issue

 

You can also create a filter with the following jql 

issue in watchedIssues()

Hope this helps

Marie-Helene Lavoie February 7, 2020

Thanks. It helps too. Jira was adopted by my company. Never got any formation. Is there any tutorial that I can use to create filter?

Mohamed Benziane
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You can read this documentation

https://support.atlassian.com/jira-core-cloud/docs/save-your-search-as-a-filter/

 

Feel free to ask if it is not enough

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Marie-Helene Lavoie February 7, 2020

It is good. But "Search syntax for text fields" is helpfull too. Is there a way to know the tables name and their accessible fields? It would help. I could have figured out the jql you gave me if I'd knew where to find that information.

Mohamed Benziane
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What do you mean by table name ? in the backend ? If so you can't access it because you're on cloud

Marie-Helene Lavoie February 7, 2020

Where can I find the list of functions like "watchedIssues()" that I can use? Where can I find the list of terms like "issue" that I can use?

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Marie-Helene Lavoie February 7, 2020

Perfect. Thanks a lot

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Scott Arthurs
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August 16, 2023

Why isn't there just a button / filter select - "my watched issues" 

Make it easy 

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Rus Yates-Aylott February 2, 2024

Also, when I use the 'Watched Issues' widget it lists all open and closed cases in several projects. I have over 7000 cases!!

Is there an easy way to filter on this list, so it only shows cases currently in flight?

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May 7, 2024

Rus, did you ever figure this out? I'm in a similar boat.

Mohamed Benziane
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May 7, 2024

Create a filter like that:

watcher = currentuser() and project in (projectA, projectB) and resolution = unresolved
Rus Yates-Aylott May 8, 2024

Lets suppose you have several different Workflows (based on Issue/Request types and they are not identical across all the projects) you may wish to monitor.

In that scenario you may wish to filter on the status of the ticket and include or exclude certain statuses.

And, of course, as Mohamed says, you can also add a component to filter on which projects you wish to monitor.

Hope this helps.

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