Jira Filters - How to create a JQL filter that displays all issues in my Jira instance

Hi Community,

I am curious as to how one creates a filter in Jira that simply displays every issue in Jira grouped by issuetype.

So if my Jira had 20 stories, 10 Epics, and 5 subtasks. 

I would like the filter to somehow return all of them.

Also, im not sure if this is possible but when I add the filter to a dashboard I want it to show Stories: 20, Epics: 10, and Subtasks: 5.

Thank you for your time!

-Roberto

2 answers

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It's even easier - go to advanced search and leave the JQL box completely empty.

That's the default search when you first go to the issue navigator as well.

Alexey Matveev Community Champion Nov 11, 2017

Thank you,  Nic. I do not know why but I had a strong feeling that it was not possible to create an empty filter and I did not have Jira to check it:)))) 

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Hello,
Create a filter with a condition " status is not empty " or "created > ancientdate" or something like this. Then you can use Issue Statistics Gadget and choose there issue type in the statistic type field.

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