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How can you filter out the current user from an activity stream feed?

Does anyone know a way to filter out the current user from an activity stream feed?  I want to setup an activity stream for the whole team that only shows what other people are doing.

Does anyone know of a way to accomplish this?


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Earl McCutcheon
Atlassian Team
Atlassian Team members are employees working across the company in a wide variety of roles.
Jul 06, 2018

Hello Joseph,

The currentuser() variable for username is currently not possible in the activity stream filters, the progress on this function as a new feature is being tracked here:

It looks like the issue is currently under code review, make sure to add yourself as a watcher to get updates on the status.


Thanks for the heads up! I will follow the ticket!

@Earl McCutcheon, the last update on this ticket was on March of 2016.  

Is this really being worked on?



time passes and its still under review :(


does anyone know a good workaround?

What is the problem with this, really? People are waiting for so long. Merge it, please.

Hey, this only took since 2009 to close and not implement this..
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Any chance this is ever going to be implemented...

I would like to see this implemented. Hope to see this priorities soon.

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