We have a big environment of JIRA (like 350 projects) And I start cleaning up old projects that arent active but I still have filters and boards. Is there a way to find which filters and boards belong to that project and even better... Delete them as well.
Filters and boards don't belong to projects.
I'm afraid the only way to identify duff ones is to look at them, one at a time. This is a bit of a pain, and hence there are a handful of housekeeping type add-ons in the marketplace.
I've used Botron's project configurator as it has a neat little "integrity check" which at least allows you to identify broken filters. Still no delete (that's not what it's really for)
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