My team of developers is split four separate sub-teams, and as such, within JIRA I have added them into into one of four groups...
Looking through some of the Eazybi documentation, it appears you can filter on time logged by user group. I have borrowed this and adapted for my needs....
CoalesceEmpty([Logged By].CurrentMember.get('Groups'), '')
However, it results in no data being returned.
What I have noticed however, is that when I report on 'Assignee Group's for a given JIRA user, it shows Group names that reflect mail server mailing groups NOT JIRA group names - hence the reason why my filter returned no matches.
So after all of that....how do I filter on time logged by people within a certain JIRA group?
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