What types of Quick Filters does Rich Filters for Jira Dashboards offer?

In How to make a GREAT Jira dashboard, we offered some tips on how to create great, dynamic dashboards. We understand the limitations of Jira dashboards, that’s why we’ve developed an app, Rich Filters for Jira Dashboards, to make Jira dashboards dynamic and easy to use with our addition of Quick Filters.
Animation of how quick filters work
Static filters and dynamic filters for single/multi-value fields in action.
With the Rich Filters app, you can filter by:
  • Static filters – Add these as on/off buttons on your dashboard. These are based on JQL queries, Jira’s powerful and flexible querying language.
  • image of adding static filters
    Use JQL queries to create your static filters.
  • Dynamic filters for single and multi-value fields – Dynamically filter using dropdown controls that support multiple selections and predefined values (examples: issue type, priority, component, fix version, status, labels, user pickers, check-boxes, select lists (single or multi select), etc.)
  • Screenshot of multifield
    Filter by single or multiple value fields
  • Dynamic filters for text fields – are used for text fields such as issue summary, description, comments or custom text fields. This shows you a text box in which you can enter the terms you want to find.
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    Filter by text
  • Dynamic filters for date fields – these are used for date/time fields such as created, updated, resolution date and custom date fields. Date filters allow the user to filter issues with date field values on before, after or between two dates.
  • screenshot of date filter
    Filter your dashboard data by date
  • Dynamic filters for numeric fields – filter values for number fields, such as story points, business values, number of votes/watchers, and more.
  • screenshot of story points filter
    Filter by numeric fields, such as story points
  • Smart filters – are displayed as buttons with drop-down lists and each option in the list applies a JQL query. This is very useful when you need to combine related queries. For instance, in the example below, the team filtering is based on a smart filter with two options – Blue Team and Purple Team. Each option applies a JQL which clearly identifies the issues of one team — i.e. assignee in (user1, user2, etc).
  • Screenshot of creating smart filters
    Create smart filters by combining related queries
See our user guide for more in-depth information.

Ready to give the app a try? Try it risk-free for 30 days at the Rich Filters for Jira Dashboards in the Atlassian Marketplace.

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