At Revium we use JIRA as our day to day issue tracker and workhorse. What we have found over time is that if you are working on a lot of projects your list of issues can get quite long. I thought it would be a bit of overkill to create filters for all of the projects i was working on so decided to make a simple jQuery plugin that would group all my issues by project key and allow me to focus on one project at a time.

It is really easy to implement and use and the great part is it stores your viewing settings in localStorage so you can refresh the page and still see your grouped issues.


 

To Group or Ungroup Issues simply access the menu in the top right of the screen and make a selection.

To get a copy and install instructions head over to GitHub and give it a go:
https://github.com/mawiseman/JiraIssueNavigator

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