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Activity Stream Gadget with username filter does not work

The Activity Stream Gadget with username filter does not work, and will be empty for some users. 

I am getting user IDs by opening JQL, typing `assignee =  users` and copy and pasting the numberical ID that appears there when a user's name shows up, you click that user, and it auto-inserts the ID. In the JQL here, the search works correctly.


However, in the Activity Stream Gadget with the username filter, only some usernames will work - the ones with shorter IDs.  The ones that have a `smallernumber:largernumber` format do not work.

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Hello Brett!

I was able to find another Community post related to your ask. You can find that post at Filter Activity Stream Gadget by username.

There also looks to be a bug related to this issue, JRACLOUD-75065, if this bug is what you're experiencing then we ask you to vote and watch the linked issue to receive future updates to its status.

Stephen Sifers

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