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How do you search for filters using a wildcard char like "myfilter*"


How do you search for filters using a wildcard char like "myfilter*".  This filter search would then look for all filters that begin with the text "myfilter".

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Bill Sheboy
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Apr 11, 2023

Hi @William Dea 

Do you want to search the saved filters' names?  If so, you could:

  • navigate to Filters > View All Filters
  • enter myfilter in the search box

If you very specifically mean "the filter name starts with..." that may not be possible from inside of Jira.  You might need to use the REST API to export all filters and search with another tool.

Kind regards,

I meant the filter name starts with.  Thank you for your response.  The filter search seemed very limited when trying to find a set of filters that had the same prefix.  Now I know for sure that is not possible. 

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