View all tag builds on the web UI

I saw this post from 2018, that never got answered:
https://discuss.circleci.com/t/view-all-release-builds-similarly-to-how-branches-work/481/4

I also want the same feature, and I asked support about it last summer. I think they said they didn’t have it. I don’t know if that’s still the case, so I opened a feature request for it here:
https://ideas.circleci.com/cloud-feature-requests/p/view-all-tag-buildsworkflows-on-web-ui

Please let me know if it is possible to do now. Or, if it’s not, but you think it should be, please vote for that post on the ideas forum.

Hi @cos ,

Thanks for your input.

At the moment, it is indeed not possible to filter by tag (the same way you can filter by branch) in the CircleCI UI.

There is an existing feature request for this that already has votes.

Would you be ok adding yours too?

Also, we recently rolled out a small UX change to show the tag name/number on the job and workflow pages.

It’s not the filtering functionality you mentioned yet but it’s a step in that direction.

You have two completely different sites for feature requests? In the past, CircleCI support directed me to the ideas.circleci.com site for suggesting features. The one you linked to is on a different site, circleci.canny.io, which has a different login even (right now I’m logged in on the ideas site but do not have an account on the canny site). This is really confusing. Can you explain what’s going on here?

Hi @cos ,

Sorry about the confusion.

Both URLs actually points to the same site. We migrated our feature management to Canny, hence the " circleci.canny.io," URL.

Please keep this link instead: Allow filter tags, not only branches | Cloud Feature Requests | CircleCI Ideas.

Oh, if they are the same site, why don’t they recognize the same login?

If they cannot both recognize the same login because of their different DNS names, then I very strongly suggest forcing all URLs on the new DNS name to automatically redirect to the equivalent URLs on the old “ideas” DNS name, and to never give out links with the newer name.

Indeed, my mistake.

I should’ve shared the “http://ideas.circleci.com/” link from the start.