Jira Service Desk Customer Portal Requests view customization

Hello,  how would I customize the screen that the customer uses to browse their service requests.  I would like to add the ability to filter or search on the fields they are being displayed.

Right now they are displayed the Type, Reference, summary, Service Desk, Status, Requester.

Filtering is only available for "Open or Closed", created by, Request Type and I can search the summary/description.

What I want is for the customer to be able to filter by the Status.  so for example if they have 100 open tickets and 15 are in pending status I want them to be able to filter to view only the 15 pending or filter to view the 85 which are waiting on support.

Is this possible?

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Hi there,

unfortunately this is not possible at the moment. But there are already tickets for this issue:
https://jira.atlassian.com/browse/JSDCLOUD-3932
https://jira.atlassian.com/browse/JSDSERVER-3932

In the second link someone wrote about an add-on. Maybe this could help you out for now.

Hello @Stephen Archbold,

I think My Requests Extension will work for you. Thanks to this app users can add, change and reorder the columns on My Requests page, and filter issues by specific Service Desks, Organizations, Request types and Statuses.

Moreover, as an admin, you can configure which fields can be used on My Requests page, which fields are visible as columns by default, and also define which user groups can use a specific field. So, you can use fields such as reference, requester, participants, organizations, type, priority, SLA, and many others.

However, My Requests Extension is only available on Server. If you're looking for Cloud solutions, you should check out Extended Request List.

Best regards,

Kate

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