This is a reference for the filters available in Filter Stream.
Filter Stream filters the Stream's issues and displays them.
Filter Streams are added from the Add Filter Stream menu in the Stream menu. Or, to create a top-level stream, add it from the Add Filter Stream top-level menu. It is also possible to apply a Filter temporarily.
Add Filter Stream
Filter Stream setting
Add Top Level Filter Stream
The filters available in the Filter Stream are pretty much the same as in the Stream, but note that some of them are slightly different.
State of issues
Issues only, pull requests only
Opened issues, closed issues
Merged issues, unmerged issues
Draft issues, not draft issues
Read issues, unread issues
Bookmarked issues, not bookmarked issue
Archived issues, not archived issues
Private repository issues, not private repository issues
Involve users and teams
User involved issues
User created issues
User assigned issues
User mentioned issues
Team mentioned issues
Multiple filters of the same type can be specified as OR conditions. For example, involves:defunkt involves:jlord is issues involving defunkt or jlord.
involves as well as author, assignee, mentions,commenter and review-requested all together.
Pull requests review
Pull requests where the user/team has requested a review
User reviewed pull requests
Specifying multiple queries of the same type is an OR condition. For example, review-requested:defunkt review-requested:jlord is pull requests where defunkt or jlord is the review request.
Repository and Organization
Specifying multiple queries of the same type is an OR condition. For example, repo:nodejs/node repo:electron/electron is issues of nodejs/node or electron/electron.
Label, milestone, etc
Project column issues
Specifying multiple queries of the same type is an OR condition. For example, milestone:v188.8.131.52 milestone:v2.0.0 is issues with a v1.0.0 or v184.108.40.206 milestone. However, this is an AND condition for labels.
A label or milestone containing spaces should be enclosed in double quotation marks, such as label: "hello world".
Issues containing the keywords (AND conditions)
To include spaces, use double quotation marks, such as "hello world".
Search keywords in issue body, author, assignee, label, milestone, repository, org, involves, review-requested, review, project-name and project-columns.