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my plan is based on several Jira boards. From these boards I am interested in scheduling some issues (issue 1, 2, 3) of a release (release A) in Portfolio for Jira.
When new issues (issue 4 and 5) are added to a release (which is included as an issue source), I don't want these issues to show up in the scope. Is it possible to freeze the scope, so that no issues are pulled, no matter what?
Thanks and regards,
thanks for the answer.
I like your suggestion and am pretty sure that this would work. Unfortunately we are not allowed to introduce new custom fields in our project.
Based on your idea I searched for (and found) an existing field that helped me to set a filter that excludes the redundant issues.
Thanks and regards,
Great, I'm glad I was able to help! Could you mark the answer as "accepted" so others can find it more easily?
I'm new to Portfolio, so this may not be the best way to accomplish this, but here's my suggestion anyway....
This should keep your Program limited to the initial scope of the projects while allowing new issues to be added to a project.
One caveat though...Like I said, I'm new to Portfolio, so i don't know if adding issues that are not part of the frozen scope would have an unintended consequence to the program. I can think of a scenario where a bug or sub task is added to the project that causes an issue from the scope to be delayed or moved to a later sprint, which could impact your program's timeline.
If you try this make sure you test it out...and post the results here. If it works, please mark the answer as "accepted" so others can find it.
Hope this helps,