Creating Filters with multiple criteria

Before you start we recommend you to see the hierarchal filters tree video

Custom Filters help you organize your information and make it more easily accessible. You can use them any way you want, but you don’t have to organize your information using single criterion – adding a filter with multiple criteria is simple.
For example, we will show you how to create a view that will display all the issues that are assigned to you (the current user), and also where the Version is 1.5 or 1.6, using the “OR” & “AND” filters.


  1. In the Filter section, click the “Add AND query” link
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  2. Choose the first criterion you would like to filter by. In this example we’ve chosen to filter by the user the issues are assigned to.Multiple criteria 2
  3. Now we can add another criterion. Let’s say only certain product versions are relevant to you. Click the “add AND query” again, and add more criteria to your filter.
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  1. If more than one version is relevant to you, you can add the “OR” filters to add more versions.

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  1. After choosing the relevant filters, click the “Create filter” button. This will take you back to the previous page, where you can see your new filter under “All issues”.

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​You can see that just as we defined, the issues shown in this view are only the ones assigned to a specific user (the current one) and to the versions we chose (1.5 or 1.6).

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