This documentation relates to version 1.7 of the Rich Filters Add-on for JIRA. Documentation for previous versions is available via the documentation index.
The General configuration section shows the main properties of the rich filter: name, administrators, and base JIRA filter.
For convenience, this section also shows who owns the JIRA filter, who it is shared with, and its JQL query. These properties cannot be edited here, but you can use the links to go to their edit pages if you are the owner.
Editing the General Configuration
- Navigate to the desired Rich Filter.
- By default you'll be directed to the General Configuration section.
- Edit the configuration as described in the following table:
|To do the following:||Do this:|
|Change the name, Administrators or JIRA Filter||
Simply click on any of the values to edit them inline.
|Copy (duplicate) a Rich Filter||
You need to have Create Rich Filters permission in order to perform this operation.
Click on the Rich Filter menu button and then select the Copy option.
Insert the name of the new rich filter and click 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||
Click on the Rich Filter menu button and then select the Delete option.
|Find all dashboards using the Rich Filter||
Only JIRA Administrators can perform this operation.
Click the Rich Filter menu button and then select the Find dashboards option.
A list with all the dashboards having at least one gadget using this rich filter will be displayed.