I am trying to save a filter for a JGL query to be used in a gadget.  Would like total hours spent per project per month 

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Filters are searches that return lists of issues.  They don't say anything about the data themselves.

For the total hours, you'll need to take a filter (e.g. "project = X") and push it through a report or gadget that will look at the data (and, in your case, add them up and display the result)

Thanks Nic.  I think a better question is how do I run a query across all projects?

Same answer - run a filter for it.  Note that an empty filter will return every issue.

*JQL sorry

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