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See my watched issues in Jira

It took me a while to figure this out. I'm following (watching) issues in Jira and need to see them. If my Jira URL is myjira.example.com, here is the list of watched issues.

https://myjira.example.com/issues/?jql=watcher%20%3D%20currentUser()

Or Create a Filter... You can

Or Create a Filter...

You can also create an Advanced Filter in your issues page and give it the filter of...

issue in watchedissues()

Or, more usefully, show all issues not assigned to me...

issue in watchedissues() AND assignee != currentuser() ORDER BY assignee ASC

Thank you!

Thank you!

Works great--thx!

Works great--thx!

Thanks a lot for the tip

Thanks a lot for the tip

Super helpful!

Super helpful!

Really great--I can't believe

Really great--I can't believe this isn't a default filter!

Thank you

Thank you

This was super helpful and

This was super helpful and worked for me. Thanks!

Still works!

Still works!

Nice. Thanks.

Nice. Thanks.

Best. Cheers for that.

Best. Cheers for that.

Still works! :) Thanks!

Still works! :) Thanks!

WORKS!! THANK YOU!!

WORKS!! THANK YOU!!

cool

cool

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