That's not correct though. "developers = currentUser()" will return a list of issues where the current user is named in the developers field. You are explicitly stating that you are only interested in the currentUser - the person actively typing. I think that means you're misunderstanding what it does. It seems like your question is actually "show me issues where users X, Y or Z are named in the field". So try "developers in (x, y, z)"
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