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Go MAEDA, 2017-12-24 12:15

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h1. The issue list
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h2. Overview
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The issue list provides a way to look at issues for a project.
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h2. Applying and saving filters
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The issue list displays open issues by default. By setting the filter you can change the condition of the issues to be listed. Standard and [[RedmineCustomFields|custom fields]] can be used as filters. Once the filters are set, click on !/images/true.png! to refresh the issue list. Click on !/images/reload.png! to clear the filters.
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It is possible to select multiple values at once for a specified field by pressing the !! button. This will convert the drop-down menu in a selection list. In order to add to the selection list, use the Ctrl key on your keyboard.
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h3. Custom queries
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Filters you built can be saved as custom queries. And you can apply the saved filters with a single click.
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Custom queries can be saved by clicking on !/images/save.png!.
A form lets you give it a name and select the columns that you want to be displayed on the issue list for this query (both standard and [[RedmineCustomFields|custom fields]] can be displayed). Checking the *public* attribute will make the query visible to everyone, otherwise only you will see the query.
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Once saved, the query is listed in the [[RedmineIssueList#Sidebar|sidebar]].
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h2. Shortcut menu
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A context menu pops up when right clicking (ALT + Left click for Opera users) on an issue of the issue list.
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This menu offers several shortcuts to quickly edit, reprioritize, reassign, copy, move or delete the issue.
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Note that you have to *right-click outside of the issue link*, otherwise the browser's default context menu is displayed.
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h2. Bulk editing issues
From the issue list, you can bulk edit/move/delete issues by selecting multiple issues and then right-click on the selection.
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Issue can be selected either by using the checkboxes or by clicking on the rows with Control or Shift key pressed.
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You can also use the little tick at the upper-left corner of the list to select/unselect all the issues.
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h2. Sidebar
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!>sidebar.jpg! The contextual sidebar on the right of the issue list provides links to several different things:
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* a quicklink to the default issuelist without any other filters applied (thus only open issues), which is useful when you are looking at a custom query and want to get back to the default issue list
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* a link to the [[RedmineIssueSummary|issue summary]], which is a report of all the issues at a project-level (in contrast to the [[RedmineVersion|version overview]] which provides an overview at version-level)
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* a link to the [[RedmineIssueChangelog|change log]], which provides a project-level overview of all closed *and* targeted issues, sorted per target-versions
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* links to several levels of custom queries:
** global (cross-project) queries
*** public queries
*** private queries
** current-project's queries
*** public queries
*** private queries
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* depending on the [[RedmineProjectSettings|project settings]] it also shows a planning section with links to:
** the [[RedmineCalendar|calendar]]
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** the [[RedmineGantt|gantt]] chart