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How to filter with several labels?

Hi everybody,

I know how to use the filters one by one: member, deadline, label.

But each time I try to use several, it doesn't work properly,I don't get all the cards I am looking for in a board, like if the filter works with OR but not AND.

Is it a way to use several labels in a filter?



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Hi, I find an answer :

At the bottom of filter list, there is the choice "any match" or "Match all labels and all members".

The second option match my requirement.

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Theodoro Reato
Atlassian Team
Atlassian Team members are employees working across the company in a wide variety of roles.
Jan 17, 2023

Hey Lise,

You should have the ability to filter more than one label, as you can see in the image below:

Screenshot 2023-01-17 at 11.28.17 AM.png

If you aren't seeing this behavior, do you mind to create a ticket at this link And we can check further.

Hello Theodoro,


I have indeed the ability to filter more than one label like in your image BUT it doesn't work properly for me. It works like one label OR the other, but not one label AND the other.

By example I selected a label named "2022" and another "GP_MNG".

In the cards I have after filtering I can find a card with "2022" (OK) AND "GP_TCB" (NOT OK) or another with "GP_MNG" (OK) with "2023" (NOT OK)

Do you see what I mean, I wand filter more restrictive. Is there a parameter for that?


Thanks by advance,

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