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Re-including previously excluded scope

Hi,

How do I re-include issues that I have explicitly excluded from the scope of a plan?

On a side note, how do I see which issues that have been excluded from a plan's scope?

Regards, 

Warren

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Hi! How are you doing?

You can add them again going to Issue Sources section in plan configuration.

Click "Edit issue sources" and then hit Next until the "Confirm what's in scope" screen.

You select the issues you want back and hit Done.

Hope this helps!

Thanks - exactly what I was after.

Regards,

Warren

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