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Ctrl-F to find issues further down in portolio

We're using portfolio and have a rather large program with almost a hundred tickets. The big challenge is our inability to use Ctrl-F to search for ticket numbers that aren't currently on the screen. 

It'll find whatever is displayed, but nothing further down the portfolio unless we scroll down to make it visible.

There was similar discussion here:

but that was over 2 years ago and I'm hoping someone has solution for this?




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Dave Atlassian Team Aug 24, 2020

Hi Chris,

For the server version of Advanced Roadmaps (formerly Portfolio) we added a dedicated issue search feature that allowed you to find issues in a plan, see this server documentation for more details:

We will be brining this feature to the Cloud version of Advanced Roadmaps as soon as possible, but unfortunately I can't commit to a specific date it will be available.

In the mean time you can use the "Issue details" filter to find issues in the plan (although this does actually hide other issues which might not be desirable).

I hope this helps,



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