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Advanced roadmaps showing populated date fields as blank.

Issues have Target start date and target end date filled, but it is not showing up as blank in Advanced Roadmap. Attaching screenshots as well.Screenshot 2023-11-21 at 5.46.39 PM (1).pngScreenshot 2023-11-21 at 5.47.08 PM.png

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The "EXT" besides Sprint means you have used Project or Filter mode.
Can you try to import issues in "Board" mode ?
Or check what you checked here ?
It is strange you don't see sprint dates in these fields.
Capture d’écran 2023-11-21 143629.png


Thanks for the reply. Importing issues in "Board" mode did populate the fields. But it is showing sprint start and sprint end date instead of Target start and Target end date. Issues have Target start and target end date filled but it is not showing that.Screenshot 2023-11-24 at 12.15.47 PM.png


Yes, if dates are displayed in italic and a "S" is visible like that, it means that they are from the board's sprint.

It's strange but I must admit I have a Jira Cloud instance and I think your screens come probably from a Server/Data Center instance (issue view is really very different at my side).

Can you try to fill dates from Plan, commit changes and check if it's taken in account in the other side ?

But I don't understand why it does not work for you when filling dates from the issue view.

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