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While creating portfolio plan with filter by label, the plan doesn't show the epics hierarchy

While creating portfolio plan with filter by label, the plan doesn't show the epics hierarchy.

 

E.g. 

filter: labels in (security), brings to the plan tickets on the story level with such a label, but doesn't bring epics with this label.

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Hi Tanya,

are the epics shown in the plan without the filter by label?

Best,

Phil

yes, if I do filter by epics only, like key in ("epic num")

Which hierarchy level view did you choose then?

Epics, stories, subtasks?

See bullet point 1:

https://confluence.atlassian.com/jiraportfolioserver/scheduling-and-timeline-802170550.html

Does the chosen hierarchy level make a difference in the view?

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