Because of this issue: https://confluence.atlassian.com/jirakb/boards-are-not-visible-after-the-filter-is-deleted-779158656.html is there an easy way to determine if a filter is being used for a JIRA board?
From what I can tell in the Manage Filters and the Shared Filters area, there is no way to tell this.
The only way I've found is to take the Filter ID and query the database directly. I haven't really looked to see if there's a REST call that could do it and even if there was, I'm not sure you could get a single result (set) back rather than a large list of results.
I had to do this recently to find boards based on queries that used free text matches (which can be inefficient):
select sr.authorname, board.name, sr.reqcontent
from searchrequest sr
join AO_60DB71_RAPIDVIEW board on sr.id = board.saved_filter_id
where sr.reqcontent like '%text ~%'
order by sr.authorname;
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