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Data Center: Filter out unwanted tickets based on custom fields

hello everyone, 


I am trying to use Advanced roadmaps. We have teams split out via discipline rather than product. So we have AR/AP/CS/TS and the like. Each team has it's board and will manage work for multiple products. 

What I want to do:

  • pull every board into an Advance Roadmap so when the work gets assigned to a sprint, the tickets automatically update on my roadmap
  • Filter out everything that is not the specific product I want to manage. 

I've not found a way to do this that isn't a filter. The problem with creating the roadmap with a filter is, it doesn't pull the sprint data from the ticket into the advanced roadmap so I lose the information that the teams have already entered. 

What am I missing to make this work?

Alternative solution: I've assigned a color to the tickets I want to pay attention to (View Settings --> Color by --> Label and assigned a color) but I still have all the other tickets that do not impact my product on my Roadmap

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Clark Everson
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Apr 20, 2023

Hi Tonja,


Good question! Sprints are confusing. You would need to make a new board with the filter you want to use then apply the board to advanced roadmap plan

you can read more about it here:


but sprints are functions of boards not part of projects or filters but part of boards. It’s a weird jira thing 




Thank you! I will do this!

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