|Resolved||None||T76913 Sticky filters on workboards|
|Resolved||mmodell||T126797 Next Phabricator Upgrade - 2016-03-03|
|Resolved||mmodell||T120013 Next Phabricator Upgrade - 2016-02-18|
|Resolved||mmodell||T122556 Figure out what upstream "Can Edit Task Policies" policy deprecation means for our Spaces/ACL setup|
|Resolved||DStrine||T123317 Report to TPG on new Phabricator Functionality|
|Resolved||csteipp||T125104 Evaluate the feasibility of phasing out the Phabricator Security extension|
|Resolved||• ksmith||T127019 Plan announcement of new major phabricator upgrade|
Yes (more or less). Via Filter->Advanced Filter, you can filter on 'Not in Projects: Patch-for-review', and the URL will change to https://phabricator.wikimedia.org/project/board/67/query/dXNoGwi5wbg1/ , which you can then bookmark.
As far as I know, there's no way to set that as default view (i.e. to change the links on the Task & Project overview pages)
I'm confused -- you can share the URL you get after applying the filter, right? In this case, https://phabricator.wikimedia.org/project/board/67/query/dXNoGwi5wbg1/ . I haven't tested what happens if other users open it, but I can open it in a private browser tab without any issues.
So from what you are saying the last custom filter stays on the board? This is confusing.. what if you change the filter? Will it update for everyone.
It will probably help to clarify my use case, maybe I am misunderstanding how the software works.
At top right there is "custom filter"
I want multiple saved custom filters here that anyone viewing this board can see.
e.g. "Open" patches for me also means does not have the tag patch for review.
e.g. Technical debt "show me all cards which are also tagged with technicaldebt"
e.g. Product backlog "show me all cards which are also tagged with product"
As I understand it, the URL
will always refer to 'The workboard for mobile-web with custom filter 'not in project patch-for-review'. Then
is 'Mobile-web, open, not patch-for-review, tagged with technical-debt'
is 'Mobile-web, open, not p-f-r, tagged with wikidata'.
As far as I have tested, these queries can also be shared with others. If they are edited, they get a new URL. If you want to check the specific query, you can do this by clicking Filter: Custom Filter » Custom Filter.
Some upstream discussion in https://secure.phabricator.com/T6641#158940.
At HEAD, you may be able to work around this by creating a profile menu item instead of a saved filter. See the upstream link for a few more details.
If that's not satisfactory, we're at least tentatively open to implementing "Saved Searches" for workboards in a future iteration if this request does make it upstream.
Upstream had some recent activity on https://secure.phabricator.com/T6641 and even committed a change:
So somehow whenever we bump our Phabricator version we will have this ;-)