How can I tell Tempo 7.6.0.1 to use the "Favourite Filters" instead of "My Filters" during filterselection?

The new filter logic in Tempo 7.6 is using the filter owned by the current user (My Filters). The filters shared by the admins and marked as favourite by the user are not selecable in Tempo. Is it possible to configure Tempo which filtergoup will be displayed.

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Hi Ulrich,

The filters shown are the filters owned by the loggedin user and those filters he has marked as favourite. If this doesn't square with your experience you may have found a bug.

Hi Benedikt,

yes, you are right. Tempo shows the private filters first and then the favourites. The problem is that only 20 filters will be shown. I have a lot of private filters - more than 20 - so the rest of the privates and the favourites are not shown. I deleted some private filters so 18 have been left. Now the favourit filter is shown at position 19.

Hi,

The filter picker in Tempo is searchable, so by entering a few letters in the filter name should be enough to show the desired filter - there should be no need to delete your private filters :)

Hi Benedikt,

that's the Trick! Now reach the desired filter!

I noticed the filters don't appear for users without the "Browse Users" Global Permission. I believe this permission should only be required for Tempo administrators (as per link). Is this scenario a bug?

I noticed the filters don't appear for users without the "Browse Users" Global Permission. I believe this permission should only be required for Tempo administrators (as per link). Is this scenario a bug?

Update: since this is really a different case, I opened a new question: Can Tempo 7.6 show filters for those without the "Browse Users" permission?

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