JQL Function to search for issues with my team attached in Tempo?

Say you have an issue, with a Tempo Team attached to it via the Teams custom field. Is there a good way to write a JQL filter that says "Show me all issues with my team attached to it"? Needs to be modular enough to apply to many users; there may be several dozen teams, and I'd rather not create a filter for each team. 

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Hey Alex,

you could use a JIRA Group for your team then it's possible. 
For JQL you can use the membersOf("Groupname") function for assignee.

"assignee in membersOf("jira-developers")" f.e. 

This should work - in worst case you have to adjust the your process a little.  

The problem is that you cant access the tempo fields with JQL sad 
So this is a little work around- hope this can help you.

BR
Simon
 

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