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  • If I have clicked on "calculate" button then Portfolio automatically assigned sprint to User Stories which were not manually assigned to a sprint. Now, if I want to revert to original plan (before "calculate" was hit), how I can do it ?

If I have clicked on "calculate" button then Portfolio automatically assigned sprint to User Stories which were not manually assigned to a sprint. Now, if I want to revert to original plan (before "calculate" was hit), how I can do it ?

If I have clicked on "calculate" button then Portfolio automatically assigned sprint to User Stories which were not manually assigned to a sprint. Now, if I want to revert to original plan (before "calculate" was hit), how I can do it ? 

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I have the same problem.

"Calculate" seems to auto-commit my changes. This is problematic because "Calculate" screws up all my releases every single time. 

I've just stopped using it but I'd like to understand what I'm doing wrong.

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Steven Behnke Community Leader Jun 14, 2016

Please indicate if you are using Classic Plans or Live Plans.

We are using Live Plan

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Steven Behnke Community Leader Jun 14, 2016

Okay good. Have you commited your changes to JIRA yet? 

You can use the commit dialog to revert your changes by selecting them and clicking revert.

Changes appear in commit section only if we change things manually like estimates. If just clicked on "calculate" then changes appear in Blue but no in commit section

1) Changes suggested by Auto schedule dont appear under To Be Commit section. They just appear in Blue color

2) If I have hit the commit button (although it was not showing anything after running auto schedule) then how to revert it? So that whatever appear in Blue gets blank out? 

I'm trying to work out the same thing...

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María Atlassian Team Mar 22, 2017

Hello, 
In this page you can learn how to commit and revert changes.

Cheers,
Mar 

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