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How to build a dashboard that allows viewing any or all Initiatives (software projects)

First, I am new.

Second, Each IssueType=Initiative is a software project with its own epics, stories, etc

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I want to build a dashboard that:

  • Users can view data and charts about all software projects as a whole
  • Users can select a software project and view data and charts about only that project

I have gotten pretty versed with rich filters but how do configure an option for users to select any or all has challenged me.


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Mark Segall Community Leader Dec 01, 2022

Hi @Scott Mackay and welcome to the community!

Rich Filters can definitely handle this:

  • Create a smart filter for your initiative breakdown
  • Create a smart clause for each initiative (This is monotonous because you need to do it for each desired initiative). JQL will look something like this depending upon whether you're on server or cloud
    • Server
      • issue in childIssuesOf("")
    • Cloud
      • issue in portfoliochildIssuesOf("")
  • Add the new smart filter to your controller gadget

It works and was simple. Thank you!

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