Howto create multiple "unowned tickets" default views

Hi, some of our folks want to see two Newest Unowned Tickets views in their default page - 10 Newest Unowned Tickets in Queue#1 and then 10 Newest Unowned Tickets in Queue#2, for example. This is RT 3.6.6.

Is there a known way to do this?

Thanks, Mike

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I whipped this up back in 3.2.2. It likely needs some modifications for
3.6 but should get you started.
http://wiki.bestpractical.com/view/TicketsPerQueue

Michael James wrote:

Hi, some of our folks want to see two Newest Unowned Tickets views in their default page - 10 Newest Unowned Tickets in Queue#1 and then 10 Newest Unowned Tickets in Queue#2, for example. This is RT 3.6.6.

Is there a known way to do this?

Thanks, Mike

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