Use the activity log to see what is going on with your issues

Use the activity log to see what is going on with your issues

To follow the last changes to all issues which are assigned to you, follow these steps:
  1. Go to the Issues page of your project
  2. Choose the 'Show activities' mode by clicking on the button 
  3. Click on 'Filter' to show the filter options
  4. Select yourself in the 'Assigned to' list
  5. You also have the possibility to filter the issues for a certain period of time, of type of action taken.

You will now have an overview of all actions that have been taken on the issues assigned for you.

You also have the possibility to sort the displayed issues by clicking any of the column headers, apart from the column 'Changes'

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