Easy JQL Properties for Users

for Jira Cloud
5 installs
  • Supported
  • Jira Service Management
  • Jira
Free app
Cloud

Unify Metadata over your whole Jira instance and use it in filters and dashboards

Define custom fields for Jira filters

Easily create and use custom user-profile fields to enhance the filters of Jira beyond those native to Jira’s custom fields. This provides more precise and relevant results.

Global property consistency across instances

Ensure consistent property definitions across all your instances by globally defining properties, allowing for uniformity and predictability.

Seamless JQL integration and dashboard setup

Effortlessly apply these fields across profiles, just like any other standard field, to enhance search-ability and filtering.

More details

The Easy JQL Properties Plugin allows you to define 30 properties at the user level for indexing in the Jira Query Language, offering four distinct property types:

  • 15 String properties: Enable searching for an exact phrase only.
  • 5 Text properties: Allow searching for specific words.
  • 5 Number properties: Ease range ordering and field searching.
  • 5 Date properties: Support date range searches and ordering.

🔄 Configuring properties:

  • Properties can be configured centrally from the administrator settings.
  • Set attributes like name, description, type, and selectable values for each property.

📝 Defining properties:

  • Define properties at the user level.

☝️ Use Properties:

  • You can use the different types of properties directly in your JQL searches.

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Integration Details

Easy JQL Properties for Users integrates with your Atlassian product. This remote service can:

  • Create and edit project settings and create new project-level objects (e.g. versions and components).
  • View user information in Jira that the user has access to, including usernames, email addresses, and avatars.
  • Read Jira project and issue data, search for issues, and objects associated with issues like attachments and worklogs.
  • View permissions.