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How do I see all sprint backlog issues with the sprint label filter in my timeline plan?

Helen Platt
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Oct 05, 2023

In the JIRA sprint backlog I can see all standard issues (149) for that sprint label, but when I create a plan timeline view for the same initiative and filter for the same sprint label it's only showing 40 issues. 

Why have I "lost" over 100 issues? I would expect to see all issues in my plan that I've filtered for that sprint label. 

Sprint backlog vs Timeline plan

JIRA sprint backlog.JPGJIRA sprint filter in plan.JPG

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Marc Koppelaar
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Oct 17, 2023

Hi @Helen Platt 

The default period "done" issues are shown in a plan is 30 days.

As I see on the screenshot of your sprint the sprint is like 10 weeks. Check the plan settings as mentioned by @Stephen Wright _Elabor8_ 

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Stephen Wright _Elabor8_
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Oct 06, 2023 • edited

Hi @Helen Platt 

40 issues without a parent (i.e no Epic set) - how many standard-level issues are below those Epics?

I'd also check you haven't got any exclusion rules on your plan:

  1. Go to Plan Settings
  2. Select Exclusion Rules from the left-hand menu
  3. Check you're not excluding statuses, issue types, etc


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