Feature List View - Filter by "Watchers"

There is no place in Aha! to view a list of features by who is watching, including yourself. Being able to view Features by watchers - and then filter through those Watchers for anything you may be assigned to is critical. 

  • Max Chanoch
  • Mar 16 2015
  • Shipped
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  • Philippe Rasborn commented
    August 14, 2015 01:31

    This is an important concept, as for examples, our sales people would like an easy way to view all the features and ideas they are watching.

  • A C commented
    August 14, 2015 01:32

    Please allow Filtering by "Watchers" field in Lists (of Ideas and Features) and Reports.  How useful it is to have a 'report' or list that shows me only what I care about. I show what I care about by "watching" it.  How can I follow what I cannot watch.  I am navigating blind. Please add this field...

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    Ron Yang commented
    September 29, 2015 05:12

    By going to Settings -> Personal -> Notifications, there is an option to view/edit the items that you are "watching."

  • Philippe Rasborn commented
    September 29, 2015 16:35

    I am not sure why this is marked SHIPPED. The comment by Ron Yang is useful, but does not isolate items you are "watching" that are under consideration or in development etc. This lists everything even those items that have been released and deployed that may no longer be relevant.

    Adding the Watching flag as a FILTER item in lists would be ideal.

  • John Seifert commented
    January 28, 2016 12:54

    Ron Yang, ..thx for comment..I want to re-enforce that as a PM, I need to adjust the watchers of feature related to entire release.  At this point, I can show/filter/mass edit the watchers of features..

  • chris kim commented
    July 5, 2016 18:35

    Seriously, is this going to be implemented or not? It's definitely not "Shipped". Don't know why it's marked this way

  • Duncan Long commented
    May 3, 2018 20:13

    This is NOT shipped. I have the same desire to filter list view by ones I've watched. Going into settings, etc. to find it per product is lame at best.

  • Duncan Long commented
    May 3, 2018 20:14

    And doesn't allow combining it with other filters... nor sorting, etc. it is a data element on the feature / idea, so it should be filter / sortable like all the others.