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  2. JIRAALIGN-2783

People administration - Heading is misleading when applying the filters

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    • Severity 3 - Minor
    • Rockets - VH6
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      Issue Summary

      People administration - Heading is misleading when applying the filters. When Deactivated filter is not added, the header always defaults to "People of which 500 are active" irrespective of the other filters applied. When "Deactivated" filter is applied, the header defaults to "People of which 19 deactivated" even when "Deactivated = No" along with other filters. Also, the number of users shown on the header do not change as per the filter criteria causing confusion to users. 

      Steps to Reproduce

      1. Login as Super Admin
      2. Browse tp Administration -> Under Access Controls click People
      3. Apply variety of filters and observe the heading along with number of users shown

      Expected Results

      The display number and count should show in the bottom left of the table like on other grids (e.g. 1-10 of 1933 Records). The count should reflect any applied filters.

      Actual Results

      Heading is misleading when applying the filters. When Deactivated filter is not added, the header always defaults to "People of which 500 are active" irrespective of the other filters applied. When "Deactivated" filter is applied, the header defaults to "People of which 19 deactivated" even when "Deactivated = No" along with other filters. Also, the number of users shown on the header do not change as per the filter criteria causing confusion to users. 

      Workaround

      Currently there is no known workaround for this behavior. A workaround will be added here when available

            kforeman@atlassian.com Kyle Foreman
            e992016a60b0 Vishwajit Vinchurkar
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