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Only some of my closed issues are displaying on the Portfolio Plan

Kathi Paquet
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Feb 06, 2020

My portfolio plan is not displaying ALL closed issues.  Only some of them appear.  I checked the the ones not display to ensure there was the green status, resolution, and the fix version along with the resolution date within the completion date. The issue belong to the same project for my scope is set to Project

Am I missing something?


I followed the checklist below:

To see completed issues in your scope table, ensure you meet the following requirements:

  • Your Jira board has a Done column mapped to the green Done status, and all completed issues have been moved to this column. 
  • The Done column on your Jira board has a resolution of Done set on it

  • The Status filter is set to "Open and completed issues". 

  • The Completion date filter is set to the desired timeframe.

  • Issues in Jira have the Fix Versions field set.

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