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  1. Jira Server and Data Center
  2. JRASERVER-41269

Allow administrators to manage private filters, subscriptions and dashboards owned by other users

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      Atlassian Update – 1 July 2020

      Hi everyone,

      In Jira 8.11, we’re giving Jira admins the power to edit and delete private filters and dashboards. Admins can view and search for all existing filters and dashboards from the administration area.

      • To view filters, go to Administration > System > Filters.
      • To view dashboards, go to Administration > System > Dashboards.

      These pages already existed (Shared filters/dashboards), but until now they only included filters that were shared by their owners. Now, it will also include private filters/dashboards.

      After clicking the filter/dashboard name, you can navigate to it and modify it just like its owner—improve the JQL or gadgets' settings, share permissions, and more.

      With this feature, admins should get full control over obsolete and incorrect filters and dashboards, and can help their users set things right.

      You can download the 8.11 EAP version here.

      Preparing for Jira 8.11 will give you an overview of the changes we intend to make in Jira 8.11.

      Daniel Rauf
      Jira Server and Data Center developer

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      Atlassian Update – 1 July 2020 Hi everyone, In Jira 8.11, we’re giving Jira admins the power to edit and delete private filters and dashboards. Admins can view and search for all existing filters and dashboards from the administration area. To view filters, go to Administration > System > Filters . To view dashboards, go to Administration > System > Dashboards . These pages already existed (Shared filters/dashboards), but until now they only included filters that were shared by their owners. Now, it will also include private filters/dashboards. After clicking the filter/dashboard name, you can navigate to it and modify it just like its owner—improve the JQL or gadgets' settings, share permissions, and more. With this feature, admins should get full control over obsolete and incorrect filters and dashboards, and can help their users set things right. You can download the 8.11 EAP version here . Preparing for Jira 8.11 will give you an overview of the changes we intend to make in Jira 8.11. Daniel Rauf Jira Server and Data Center developer
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      NOTE: This suggestion is for JIRA Server. Using JIRA Cloud? See the corresponding suggestion.

      Currently JIRA administrators can only manage SHARED filters and dashboards owned by other users. There's a suggestion that they should be made capable of managing PRIVATE filters and dashboards as well.

      This ticket can be considered a continuation of JRA-9997.

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              drauf Daniel Rauf
              Reporter:
              vdung Andy Nguyen (Inactive)
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