Filter cards by user logged on?? Is there a way to do that?

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    Ian Bridson

    My thoughts would be to set 'Project' to be the Product owners sign in name (assuming Project isn't refering to the mingle project but the application?). Then you can test this against the CURRENT USER, such as in snippet below that shows only the stories where the current user is the BA contact


    {{ table query: SELECT name,number WHERE Type =story AND 'Story Status' <'Awaiting sign off' and 'BA contact' = CURRENT USER}}


    I assume that all other filters are in personal favourites, and this would be the only contentious filter in Team favourites?


    The other way could be to have a separate mingle project for each application that only the Product owner logs into, and there the filters refer back to the main mingle project using the Project seetting in each query, to give an extra level of separation and flexibility

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    Kevin K

    Thanks Ian.


    Yes, the 'Project' card refers to the application and not to the Mingle project.

    So we have the tree: Project > MMF > Story > Task


    Regarding your query above, I guess you meant:

    {{ table query: SELECT name,number WHERE Type =story AND 'Story Status' <'Awaiting sign off' and Project = CURRENT USER}}

    So, "Project" and not the hardcoded "BA contact" value?



    Your solution is a valid option definitely.
    Thanks!


    Any other thoughts anyone?

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