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Filter issues with key/summaryfield and pressing the
Searchbutton, this technique can be used for rapid identification of the issue too, especially if you combine it with the two
Filtercombos behind; they can be used also independently and by default, they are set to display open issues . The first combo can be set to:
All- to display all issues.
Open- to display only open issues.
Reported By Me- to display only issues reported by the logged user.
Created Recently- to display only the issues created in the last 7 days.
Updated Recently- to display only the issues updated in the last 7 days.
User Filters- a list of custom filters the logged user has access to in Jira.
User Filterswill modify the sorting order to be descending based on the creation or modification date respectively.
User Filtersare taken as template, criteria on them may be expanded to match whatever selection you do in this form; for example, if you type something in the
Filter issues with key/summaryfield, this new criteria will be appended to whatever was defined in the custom filter.
Issuesto apply them to all issue types in the scheme.
When the CLM Application is Configuration Management enabled and using a Global Configuration (GC), an additional checkbox will be displayed (checked by default) below the
This checkbox label is:
Show only issues related to the current Global Configuration and as its name says, allows to show only those issues whose
Affects Version/s or
Fix Version/s field correspond
with the GC being used  in the CLM Application. It is highly recommended you keep this checkbox as ckecked so can only link to "compatible" issues .