How do I search for issues that have me as a collaborator?

I want to search for issues with me as a collaborator but couldn't find such function. I read the manual for advanced search and didn't find any clue on how to do it either.

 

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Hello Ngan,

What do you mean by a "collaborator" ?

JIRA has assignees and watchers. You can use currentAssignee or watcher JQL filter functions.

See for example this helpful tutorial: http://sterlinghamilton.com/5-useful-jira-custom-filters/

Hope that helps,

Radek

 

Hi Radoslaw,

http://i.imgur.com/SmGQ9z3.png <~~ this is what I was talking about. I want to search for other people 's issues that I put my work logs in too. So at the end of the week, I could tell how much time I have worked.

Thanks,

 

You should convert this entry to a comment, because this is not an answer, but only a clarification :)

Hi Ngan,

Ah, so you want timesheet for yourself!

For this, I am using this plugin: https://marketplace.atlassian.com/plugins/jira-timesheet-plugin

Hope that helps smile

Radek

 

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