Add custom filter links for issues to bitbucket projects
Allows for creating custom filters for your repositories that persist across Chrome accounts. To add a filter, go to Issues > Advanced Search, select your options, then press the "Save & Search" button. To edit a filter, go to Issues > Advanced Search, select 'edit' from dropdown of one of the filters. Change your filter options, and press the "Save & Search" button. Select "OK" when the name comes up, and confirm overwrite. To delete a filter, go to Issues > Advanced Search, select 'delete' from dropdown of one of the filters. Confirm that you want to delete by clicking "OK".
- (2016-10-15) Pedro Fonseca: This is simple the best thing for the Bitbucket Ninja
- (2016-03-14) Dennis Trusty: Thanks for building this. It's a very useful feature that Atlassian doesn't currently support. (guessing that they won't in the future either)
- (2015-07-24) Mitzi Platillero: Helpful for saving "searches"
- (2015-05-27) Shai Schcolnik: If Atlassian won't add this option then this is the next best thing. seems to work as described
- (2015-04-24) Piotr Sobieszczański: Works as descriptions promise! +1
- (2016-11-26, v:0.1.7) Ed Kolis: How do I use this extension?
Nothing has changed at all on bitbucket's UI after I installed it, and the only option I have to set in the extension options is a "assignee" field, which doesn't even save.
- (2016-11-24, v:0.1.7) Jiří Pazderník: Same filter saved multiple times
If I save filter with the same options multiple times under different names, filter can't be edited nor deleted. In this case the only option is remove this extension from Chrome to delete all saved filters and recreate all filters from scratch.