Is there any way to easily see what subscriptions I am subscribed to?

Matt Steadman January 25, 2018

As far as I know, currently the only way to see if I am subscribed to a filter is that I have to individually go to the manage subscriptions section of each filter and see if I have a subscription to that filter. If I am subscribed to someones shared filter and I did not favorite it is even more cumbersome to find out what filters I am subscribed to. I am wondering if there is any easy way to just pull up a list of all my subscriptions and to be able to manage them from that list?

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Andy Heinzer
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January 26, 2018

Within the native Jira code, there currently is not an easier way to manage your subscriptions aside from the method you have described.  However I did come across a 3rd party plugin for Jira that appears to offer improved subscription management features like what I think you are looking for.

Take a look at Subscriptions for Jira - Filter Manager.   At this time it looks like this is only a Jira Server plugin, I don't see a Jira cloud version available at this time, nor can I seem to locate any Jira Cloud plugins that can offer this kind of functionality at this time.

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October 10, 2018

Would love to see a solution for this that comes with JIRA cloud. I have wasted too much of my life trying to find subscriptions.

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Jaime Drysdale December 12, 2019

Ditto.
Just another example of what Jira does badly.

The list is growing - unfortunately.

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Matt Beary
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May 3, 2021

I've opened a request for this in Jira Cloud: https://jira.atlassian.com/browse/JRACLOUD-76543

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Tobias Zang October 2, 2021

If you have database access, there's a workaroud,
these 2 SQL queries worked for me on Jira 6.0:

-- show all users who are subscribed to a single filter
SELECT *
FROM filtersubscription
WHERE filter_i_d =
(SELECT id
FROM searchrequest
WHERE filtername = '<filtername>');

-- show all filter subscriptions of a single user
SELECT fsub.*, sreq.filtername
FROM filtersubscription fsub, searchrequest sreq
WHERE fsub.username = '<username>'
AND fsub.filter_i_d = sreq.id
ORDER BY sreq.filtername;
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Robert Laviolette February 19, 2024

For jira cloud I found this, better than noting : 
as it is limited to 100 result you must search multiples time to get all you filters info.
then you can search for filters with subscription info in it.


https://yourDomain.atlassian.net/rest/api/2/filter/search?accountId=yourId&expand=subscriptions&maxResults=100&startAt=0

https://yourDomain.atlassian.net/rest/api/2/filter/search?accountId=yourId&expand=subscriptions&maxResults=100&startAt=100

https://yourDomain.atlassian.net/rest/api/2/filter/search?accountId=yourId&expand=subscriptions&maxResults=100&startAt=200

Erik Vanderstraeten April 28, 2024

thanks, better than nothing!

 

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