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Jira Portfolio Commit Changes

I mistakenly committed changes and then proceeded to delete that portfolio plan to start over. Is there anyway I can revert these committed changes?

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Hi Rebecca, 

Unfortunately there's not a very easy way to fix this.

You could try to create a JQL query that pulls in the issues from the Portfolio query that were updated in a certain timeframe and look at the issues history to see what the dates were before the commits and manually revert them all. 

Otherwise, potentially looking at a test instance that has the old data in it could be a (not great option). 

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