The Rich filters list page allows you to create, navigate through and edit existing rich filters. In order to access the Rich Filters list page, simply open the Issues section of Jira’s main menu and click on Manage rich filters.
By default, the Rich filters list page lists all the rich filters that you are allowed to view. (See Rights and Permissions for more about access rights.)
Once you are on the Manage Rich Filters page, you can do the following operations:
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|Create a new Rich Filter|
You need to have the Create Rich Filters permission in order to perform this operation.
Click on the Create rich filter button at the top-right of the screen.
Choose a name, select an existing native Jira saved filter as a base for your rich filter and click on the Create rich filter button.
|Find an Existing Rich Filter|
Use the search box at the top left to search for rich filters, based on their name, their Jira saved filter’s name, and their administrators.
You can see only the rich filters that are based on Jira saved filters that are shared with you and the rich filters you’re an administrator of. If you are an administrator of a rich filter but the base Jira saved filter is not shared with you, then you'll be able to see the rich filter but not the filter it's based on (you'll see only the id of the filter and you'll be able to change it if you want).
|View/Edit the configuration of a Rich Filter|
Simply click on the rich filter’s name.
You can also click on the Configure option in the menu at the right of each rich filter.
|Copy (duplicate) a Rich Filter|
You need the Create Rich Filters permission in order to perform this operation.
Click on the Copy option in the menu at the right of each rich filter.
Insert the name of the new rich filter and click on the Create button. A new rich filter identical with the first one but with the name you have inserted is created.
|Delete a Rich Filter|