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Filter for which issues are on the board and in the backlog of a next gen kanban project?

Is there a way in JIRA filters to differentiate between issues which are on the board of a next gen Kanban project and those that are in the backlog of a next gen Kanban project?

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Kevin Bui
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Mar 05, 2019

Hi @Sam Davyson - I think the only way to accomplish this in next-gen Kanban is to create a label for backlog issues, which you can then use in your JQL filter. 

This probably isn't ideal, but I can't think of a better way to do it.

I've spent about 2 hours looking for the ability to do that @Sam Davyson is asking and I can confirm there is no way to do so at this time. Unless I'm missing something...

Like Šarūnas S. likes this

Thanks @Kevin Bui , I'll use labels based on your suggestion. It's the only way right now.

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