Depending on whether you access issues from a project or from your All projects page, your search will be confined to a single project or to all issues you are allowed to view across multiple projects.
You can find specific issues or a group of issues using various search criteria, such as assignee, creator, creation and due date, tag, etc. Project issues page provides additional search criteria: by subscriber and by custom field. It also allows you to save your searches.
For most common search scenarios use the predefined quick search shortcuts:
For me & unresolved — unresolved issues assigned to you. You can also list these issues by clicking on the sidebar widget.
Unresolved — all unresolved issues.
For me — all issues assigned to you.
Resolved — all resolved issues.
Find an issue by its title (summary)
The text search lets you find issues using matching words and phrases contained in their titles.
Type in one or more words you expect the issue title to contain. You can also specify discrete phrases:
You can combine text search with other filters:
Find issues by its assignee, status, tag, and more
Click the corresponding filter:
And choose the value:
Note that you can also choose the
is not condition to reverse your search and filter out the results that match your selection.
You can combine different filters to narrow down your search:
Save your search
Any filter combination you use frequently can be saved as a quick search shortcut, allowing you to run your favorite searches with one click.
Combine various filters to create your search scenario. In this example, we want to search for unresolved issues created by yourself (Travis Wickett):
Click the star:
Give your search a name and click Save. In our example, we named it
Created by me:
Your custom search will be saved and displayed on top of the page along with the predefined quick search shortcuts and on the project sidebar:
Remove your saved search from the sidebar
At the top of the sidebar menu, click the Customize sidebar icon:
Uncheck the saved search that you want to remove:
Delete your saved search
Next to the quick search shortcuts, click :
Delete your saved search from the list and click Save:
Group and order issues
When browsing through the issues, you can sort them out using these handy options:
Group by: group issues according to their tag, assignee, or status.
Order by: sort issues based on when they were updated, created, or alphabetic order of titles.