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Stories/tasks not showing under Epics in Advanced Roadmaps?

While most Epics are showing all items under it but I have identified 1 Epic which is not showing any items under it even though it has child items under it.

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Curt Holley Community Leader Jan 24, 2022

Hi @Amit Bansal 

Most likely the children do not meet the "Issue source" criteria of the plan, or perhaps they are in a Resolved start and due to the Exclusion rule around Completed issues (default setting of 30 days). If neither of those, more info please 😊

Thanks Curt. Post your reply I noticed that there were no filters however the epic showed all child issues in "Basic" view and not in the dependency view. Is this an expected behaviour?

Curt Holley Community Leader Jan 25, 2022

If those children have no dependencies then they will not show in the Dependency view.

Go to the Dependency view and have a look at how the filters section is set (by that built-in view)

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