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You can create filters using the below syntax to limit cards shown.
foo - Will match cards containing the string
foo in their name.
foo bar - Will match cards containing both the strings
bar, in any order, in their name.
"foo bar" - Will match the cards containing the string
foo bar in their name.
@keanu - Will match cards assigned to the user
column:done - Will match cards that are in a column named
Note: The column parameter is only available inside of GitKraken Client. It is not available inside of GitKraken Boards.
description:foo - Will match cards containing the string
foo in their description. Spaces are supported by using quotes. For example
issue:5 - Will match the card whose GitHub Issue # is 5 on a synced board.
#feature - Will match cards that have the
$v1 - Will match cards that have the
GLO-5 - Will match cards whose card number is
5, or if
5 is in their name.
?RESOURCE - Will match cards that have at least 1 of the specified resource. The supported values for RESOURCE are:
Date fields on a card can be tested in various forms using the
createddate tokens. The supported forms are:
due:2020-12-31- The filter will also attempt to support the user's local format.
due:(next|last|prev)X(days|weeks|months|years)where X is a number.
You can also add
>= at the start of the target to match date before/after the target.
While queries like
due:next2weeks create a relative-to-today range, you can create a custom range by coming the
milestone (as well as any of their special character versions) support OR conditions if provided with comma separated values.
label:Bug,Featurewill match cards that have either the label
column:"To Do","In Progress"will match cards that are in either the
- to the front of any of the above will cause cards matching that query to be excluded from results.
-foo: Will match cards that do not contain the string
fooin their name.
-has:assignee: Will match cards that do not have an assignee.
-@keanu: Will match cards that are not assigned to the user
-label:Bug,Feature: will match cards that do not have either the
Featurelabel. This is effectively the same as using
All of the above can be used in any combination. Cards will be matched if they meet all of the parameters in the query.
foo -bar #feature -has:assignee
Jira Server and Jira Cloud
Jira's documentation can be referenced for creating a filter within GitKraken.