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 BigPicture

About BigPicture

BigPicture installation and updates

Quick start with BigPicture

BigPicture Sizing Guide

Cloud vs. Server - Key Differences in BigPicture on These Platforms

BigPicture Export

Progress Tracking

Tutorials and tips

Integrations

 BigPicture release notes

BigPicture Cloud Backlog

 BigGantt

About BigGantt

BigGantt - Important Notice

BigGantt installation and updates

BigGantt Cloud Backlog

Cloud vs. Server - Key Differences in BigPicture on These Platforms

 BigGantt release notes

Shortcuts
 Release notes
 BigPicture
 Jira Cloud

 Jira Server

 Trello

 BigGantt
 Jira Cloud

 Jira Server

 BigTemplate
 Jira Cloud

 Jira Server

 BigPicture Enterprise
 Jira Cloud

 Jira Server

Knowledge Base

Tutorials and tips

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What are Quick Filters?

Quick Filters allow users to filter displayed data according to any JQL (Jira Query Language) statement. This gives the user great flexibility with what is displayed in the window. 

Information about the JQL as the advanced form of searching, query types and more can be found in the official Atlassian Jira documentation.

By default, there are a few Quick Filters available on the app's header. These can of course be deleted. Among these filters you can find:  My tasks (tasks Assigned to the User), Unresolved (tasks in the status Open and Reopened), Updated <5d (tasks updated within last 5 days).

If the Quick filter is enabled, the logged used might not see the results if the JQL filter used to define the scope of the Program is not shared with the logged user. To learn how to share Jira filters go to this link.

When an issue is a parent and does not fit the JQL query while at the same time its children do fit the JQL filter the parent task will be shaded out - just as when using the JQL search box.