"My issues" should be renamed to "Assigned to me" (BB-9651)

samuel hints avatarsamuel hints created an issue

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My url is https://bitbucket.org/site/master/issues?responsible=rss_samuel.

My Issues

Comments (9)

  1. samuel hints

    I think it is a place to show the issues I created, Like This Issue.

    Maybe here is a category to be necessary. like "Assigned Issues" category.

    The watching category doesn't necessary to show my issues.

  2. Erik van Zijst

    I think it is a place to show the issues I created, Like This Issue.

    "My issues" is implemented to return the issues that are assigned to you, not reported by you. The idea behind that is that those are the issues that you need to work on and so deserve the most attention.

    If you want to find issues based on other, custom criteria, you can use "Advanced search".

    Maybe here is a category to be necessary. like "Assigned Issues" category.

    Not sure I understand. "My issues" is exactly that. Are you suggesting renaming "My issues" to "Assigned issues"?

    The watching category doesn't necessary to show my issues.

    What do you mean by that?

  3. samuel hints

    "My issues" is for the issues that are created by you.

    "Assinged issues" is for the issues that are assigned to you.

    "Watching" is for the issues that are followed by you. but not include "My issues".

    This is only a suggestion and not important. :)

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