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I am setting up several different views in an Advanced Roadmaps plan to show issues from two out of the 5 projects. Here are the details:
When I set up a project level view I want to see the Themes from Project 1 and the issues from Project 2 only, so in the Filters dropdown I select the two projects I want to see. This results in the issues from Project 1 and 2 showing correctly, but it also shows grayed out issues from Projects 3, 4, and 5.
Since the issues from Projects 3, 4, ad 5 are greyed out I would expect them to be inactive for this particular view, but I can instead interact with them and change them in the plan. For instance issue Project 2-1234 and Project 3-5678 behave exactly the same, even though issue Project 3-5678 is grayed out and excluded from the view's filter.
Is there a way to either prevent the issues from the excluded projects in the view from showing in the plan or to prevent the greyed out issues from being written to in the plan?
Hi @Scott Theus !
You should be able to hide the greyed-out issues in the timeline view by unchecking the "Show full hierarchy" checkbox from the filter selection screen with your project filter applied.
Hope this helps!