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At the project level, issues can be browsed through the Issues Drilldown. You can reac= h the Issues Drilldown in two ways.
Through any of the links in the Issues and Technical Debt widget, which is included by default on the project dashboard:
Or via the Issues Drilldown link in the left rail:
SonarQube comes with several widgets that are specialized to display iss= ues information on dashboards. By default the Issues and = Technical Debt widget, which shows the number of issues by se= verity, is included on the main dashboard:
You can find additional widgets grouped in their own Issues category:
Out of the box, SonarQube also comes with an Issues dashboard, which displays some of these widgets:
At the global level (via the top bar), an Issues&n= bsp;Service is available for searching issues by project, status, assignee,= etc.
Note that you can use the tab key (and shift-tab) to navigate through th= e criteria and the arrow keys to go from one issue to another.
To save a set of search criteria as a filter, click on the = Save link that is added in the top right corner:
To create a shared filter, check the
Filters can be displayed on dash= boards in the following dedicated widget: Issue Filte= r.
Once several filters have been created, it becomes necessary to manage t= hem: edit, copy, delete, share, flag as favorite, etc. To do so, click= on the left-hand side button in the search bar:
and click on Manage: