A few months ago I created a filter which is basicly a filter to group multiple projects in 1 board.
project in (IC, DWV, LOC, DSN, LV, BR, INP, MAP) ORDER BY Rank ASC
All the projects where created with my account so I am (I assume) owner of all these projects.
The filter works as desired.
Now, I want to edit this filter but when I make a change (big or small) it says that "The filter could not be saved".
That's it. No more info. I have no clue.
I made my user administrator on all projects, just to be sure.
Anyone has an idea?
I have experienced the same issue a couple of times and here is my workaround:
* Remove the permissions from your filter
* Edit your JQL query
* Save the changes
* Give the previous permissions again
I hate to see this error again and again but at least this workaround works every time.
I have a user getting this error, and when I simulate her login, I am getting the same error, but what I ended up doing was I created a new filter query using "Save As" and then having the board that was using the filter look at that new filter query instead of trying to save the current one.
I still don't know why it wouldn't allow my user to edit her original query and save it, but this is the workaround since a filter needs a board.
UPDATE: Well I tried the above and at first I THOUGHT it worked but then the owner came back to me a bit later and said she couldn't see the board! So I had to change it back to the original query.
I sent in a ticket to Atlassian support and they located the problem, A user group that was shared out by the ORIGINAL owner of the board, the new owner was not a member of. As a result, since she was not a member of that user group (administrators-confluence) she was not able to save the new query.
I simulated her login (as sysadmin) and removed the Group share and saved then re-did the filter query, and it now allows me to save.
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