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Hide child issues


Hi Everyone!

I hope someone here is able to please help with this problem, I've been tearing my hair out for days!


Our Advanced Roadmap is filtered to show issues from a quarter. This is done through a custom "Quarter" string field. 

The roadmap shows a hierarchy of issues from Epic to SubTask.

The problem we have is that when a Q4 epic has a Q3 child issue, and the roadmap view is filtered for Q4, then the Q3 issue is still shown. 

While the child issue is greyed out, I think it looks confusing and I would prefer it wasn't shown.

Is there a way to prevent issues from showing at all if they don't have the roadmap view filter requirement?

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Tim C
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Sep 26, 2023 • edited

Hi @Andy 

You could totally exclude the specific issue by hiding the problematic key within the source data.

In your "issue sources" (under "plan settings") - you can use a "filter" option as the means for selecting data to show in the plan.

Create a saved filter for your usual data and add "... AND key not in (ABC-123)" clause to hide the child issue - then use this as the source for your plan. 

Alternatively, you could hard code the filter to only show data for your specific "quarter" and then build a separate plan for each quarter as needed.

I hope this helps,


Thanks TC, that's a good answer.


It would be nice if the issues were hidden by default however, this will work for now.

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