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Filtering by Teams in Jira Structure


For some reason I cannot filter tickets by Team in Jira Structure. Even the Sort and Group function doesn't do anything when I use them. Is this an existing limitation for Jira Structure? What would you suggest in order for me to get the intended output? I even tried adding tickets based on teams only. The problem with this approach is hierarchy.

Tier 1(never assigned to a specific team. This signifies phase) -> Tier 2 (assigned to specific team) -> Tier 3 (assigned to specific team)

So basically, I want to see the tickets (Tier 2 and Tier 3) under a specific phase (Tier 1) for a specific team.

Hoping to hear from Atlassian Team soon.Sample5.PNG





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David Niro
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Sep 21, 2022

Hello @Tristen John Bagain ,

David from ALM Works here.  From the screenshot, I can see you are using our product, Structure - Flexible Jira Project Management.

It is not yet possible to Group, Sort, or Filter by the Team field.  We do have a task related to adding this functionality and I will add your vote.

I will be sure to update you here when there is an update to share.

Best Regards,

This needs to be implemented. Teams are becoming more of a first-class citizen in JIRA and not being able to utilize the Team field in JIRA structure for grouping etc. causes users to look for sub-optimal workarounds.

FYI, This is possible on Jira DataCenter using Attribute and then selecting Team.

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