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Portfolio Epic and Task Issue

I would like to know why some tasks for an Epic does not show up in Portfolio.  For example, in the attached screen shot #70 Epic AP-81, there are many more tasks under the epic but they don't show up, only one AP-476 show up.  Why is that?  How do I get all the tasks for the Epic to show up in Portfolio underneath the Epic?  If someone can help. 

And also, how does the Release setup, it stated that it is map to the fix versions within a task but how do I update that fix versions field?  Currently, it is default to an incorrect release in Portfolio.  Thank you.Potfolio.jpgThank you.

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Hi Mao! How are you doing?

We had this problem when some Stories were assigned to a release and we did not include the release in the Plan.

You can change the Release in this column that you see in the screen. But today you cannot change it to blank if you need. In this case you would have to create a "fake" release to assign it.

Hope this helps!

Cristiano

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