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Hello Jira community!
I am looking for a way to filter by multiple labels at once. I've previously used a filter to filter by several labels, as so:
labels in (HUD, Design, UX) ORDER BY labels ASC
The problem with this is that the search displays issues matching ANY of the labels in question, as opposed to what I want, which is ONLY issues matching ALL the labels.
I hope I'm making sense! It doesn't seem like this use case is what the AND operator is used for, so I wonder if there is a way to create an exclusion within the parentheses perhaps?
Thanks for your help,
These solutions are technically correct for if I was intending to show issues that match all three labels at the same time, which is a valid and helpful suggestion, so thank you.
However, my intended usage is to show issues that match two labels at a time. Essentially, as an example, I want it to show:
1. Issues that have the labels HUD and Design,
2. Issues that have the labels UX and Design,
3. Issues that have the labels Map and Design,
And so on.
I do not want the filter incorporating this search to show all Design issues (since not all of them are relevant), nor do I want it to show all UX issues, for example, since those issues may be in another discipline (e.g. Engineering).
I hope my explanation makes sense. Thanks so much for your help!
So the question changes to:
labels in (HUD, UX, Map) and labels = Design
Have you tried something like this?
labels in (HUD) and labels in (Design) and labels in (UX) ORDER BY labels ASC