I am having an issue where a set of issues are missing from my Portfolio scope. By reading Configuring the scope table in the troubleshooting, it looks like it is because I am excluding some of the Releases from the plan. This is done on purpose as we have a boat load of releases defined, but I don't want to track those to a plan, but I still want to track the issues that are associated with them.
First, am I interpreting this article correctly?
Second, is there a way to get these issues into the plan without adding in all the releases associated with the projects?
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