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

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 Atlassian Team Jan 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.

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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Just another example of what Jira does badly.

The list is growing - unfortunately.

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I've opened a request for this in Jira Cloud:

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
FROM filtersubscription
WHERE filter_i_d =
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 =
ORDER BY sreq.filtername;

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