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The filter I want to select to build an Advanced Roadmap Plan not available to select

I have a filter I want to use (with Epics, Tasks, and Sub-tasks) to build an Advanced Roadmap Plan POC; the filter is open to all jira users to view, but it is not showing as a filter I can select to build my plan with.

Other notes-I do not have a specific team called out in my Jira records; I am using Target Start and Target End Dates in my sub-tasks.

I have not added my items to a board.

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I figured it out-my filter name had a "-" in it; I removed that and now I can see it to select

Curt Holley Community Leader Apr 04, 2022

Yes @Margaret Fross "-" are not helpful in filter names, which is rather annoying/out dated search behavior. I find having a word in the filter name that isn't likely to be in any/many other filter names is a great way to get concise search results for filters. 

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