I have multiple Scrum and Kanban boards, some based on projects and some on filters across multiple projects or filtered by project components.
Is there a jql query to filter issues on an agile board? (something like: agile board = BoardID/BoardName)
As noted by others, Agile Boards are driven by saved filters. If you want to get all the issues on multiple boards in a single JQL query, use the filter in clause.
filter in ("15.1 - team 1", "15.1 Defects") will retrieve all the issues selected by both filters.
That's kind of a recursive query. A board is built on a query, so "jql to filter issues on a board" really resolves back to "run the filter the board is already using"
The filters on boards are all saved filters - you should simply be able to find (and hence run them) from the list of all filters available. Or go to a board and drill down into the filter it is using.
Driving it from the boards is not really possible because it's a bit of a cack-handed approach - everything in Jira runs off "find me an issue", not reports. The closest you'll get without code is what Doug says - find all the filters you are interested in, and use "filter in" to combine them. That's better than building a new filter that includes all the filters the boards are using at the moment because it will still work if someone edits a board filter. However, a better approach would be to stop thinking in terms of boards, and think about what really unites all the issues you're interested in. A common one I've found is actually "category" - running a filter for "all issues in the financial development category" will include all the financial development issues, including the ones the developers are ignoring because they've got their board filter wrong!
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