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Jira portfolio not showing the Epics in the Release

When i created the plan for 1 of my project, and selected the Scrum Board, in portfolio I am facing the issue that the Epics with attached Release are not showing up in Schedule nor Scope. 

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Clare Atlassian Team May 23, 2019

Hi @Susmita Mitra,

You might have forgotten to include those releases when creating your plan. If you don't include a release when creating your plan, issues assigned to that release will not show in your plan.

Does that help?

Thanks. The version we are using is 3.0. It is having the issue of ' Fixed Version'Epics not showing up in Schedule. Curious if you are aware of it and if there is any fixes?

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