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How to filter stories only from one release in scope view?

I created plan in Portfolio that contains 2 releases: A, B. I have got a future sprint for a team in JIRA that contains 2 stories in release A, 2 stories in release B and 3 issues not related to any release. In Portfolio in Scope view I set Story and Release A in filters. The problem for me is that 2 stories from release A and 3 issues not releated to any release are shown. How can I filter issues only assigned to release A? It is important for me to see all issues in sprint but also to have opportunity to see issues only from selected release.

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Hi Dorota,

are the 3 stories which are not assigned to a release (in your case release A and B) to the "Later"-Release? In this automatically generated release you should find issues that are not scheduled and therefore not part of the schedule view.



You can find details on the "Later"-Release here:


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