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Show my issues across all boards

I want to show issues/tickets where i am mentioned in comments/summary/description and also are reported/assigned to me only. 

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Sachin Rising Star Jul 28, 2020

Hello @anjani_kava ,

You can use below JQL:

Goto Filters --> Advanced Issue Search --> Search using below JQL --> Save filter

description ~ userid OR comment ~ userid OR summary ~ userid OR assignee = currentUser() AND reporter = currentUser()

To find your userid
- Goto Project (on top right corner) --> Profile --> From URL grab the id after /people/ in the url --> https://******.atlassian.net/jira/people/557058:100000d9b5-8dc7-462d-ae01-24ad919c4d14


You can add a Filter Results gadget with that filter on a dashboard. Also, you could change your JQL based on your needs, that have been updated within the last week or month.

You can also refer to this post

Thanks!  Amazing that something so basic requires such a hacky work around.  Are you listening JIRA?

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Jira on-prem, this doesn't work. Returns all issues whether I'm mentioned on them or not.

This really is some heck of a rickety workaround -- "View All My Issues" would be a great and popular feature, Atlassian!

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