My employer uses JIRA with Atlassian to keep track of bugs and stories that need to be fixed, updated, or implemented. Some of them are very important (such as users of our product not being able to log in to their accounts), and many of them I have selected "watch this issue" on.
Unfortunately, I've not been able to locate a tab or page that shows me all the issues I'm watching, so even though I receive email notifications of the progress updates on these tickets, I still have to specifically search for them in the system in order to locate them and view the details.
Am I missing something?
I'm brand new on Jira and definitely do not have any background in coding, so please forgive me. But, can you please explain further where to enter the query you listed? I tried using the search function and that did not return results, so I assume that entering a "query" is a more specific process? Thanks in advance for any assistance you can provide.
Where is the query function. My company uses Jira to report issues. As a PM I need to watch these issues to know when they are being released. Any guidance would be greatly appreciated. I looked at the documentation that @Brittany Wispell provided but it did not seem to provide the answer I needed.
Thanks in advance
@Brittany Wispell I assume I am using Atlassian Jira Cloud as that is in the browser bar as mycompanyname.atlassian.net.
I am needing to see a list/report of the items that I am watching. I have tagged each one as an item to watch but would like a list as I don't always remember the Jira number or title to do a search.
Thanks for your quick response
Hi @Shauna Bott Below I set it in step order with images. If anything needs clarification please let me know!
Step 1: Click on the Search icon(magnifying glass)
Step 2: The below will show up you'll want to click on the 'Advanced Search for Issues' option.
Step 3: You're now in the search for issues section
Step 4: Copy/Paste watcher = currentUser()
You can always switch back to a basic search to look for anything else that you are needing to report on.
Switching to basic search
Fields easily available
Searching available fields:
Like Steven said..the query can help you find those items and you can add a gadget to a dashboard.
Here are some filtering documentation pages.
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