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I see more issues getting added to my plan than what i am selecting from Issue source .

As i am adding Boards/Projects to my plan, even though i am selecting hardly one or two EPICS for my plan, with around 10 stories in them, once i hit DONE, i see a lot more stories/issues than i originally selected.

More details: EPICs i selected do have completed issues in certain past Sprints. I am using these for testing purposes but could that be a problem ?

I also tried with Open EPICs with Open issues in them but i still found lot more issues from same project coming into the plan. And almost always all the issues without Parent seems to be the part of the plan even when i intentionally deselected them during Scope planning.

What could be the possible reasons for this behavior?




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Hello Surbhi, can you tell me what you see in your issue sources
In your plan, click more ... next to the plan name > Configure > Issue sources.

Hi Sachin, it shows my Issue Sources which are 2 Boards of 2 projects in JIRA and below that it tells me how long a completed issue will appear in my plan, its set to 30 days. That is all.

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