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How to add a release to an existing plan



I created a Jira Plan and associated a Release (Fix Version) to it. So far so good. I would now like to add another existing Fix Version to the Plan. I don't know how to do this. I can't seem to see how this is possible in the configuration. I can "Create a Release" but this is not the same as linking in an existing Fix Version release. 

Am I missing something obvious here? 

Thanks in advance, 


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Atlassian Team
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Jan 07, 2021

Hi @Lee Cash ,

If you use the cog icon to configure your plan you'll be able to modify the data sources for the plan. 

This is currently slightly different on Cloud and Server... on Cloud you want to use the "View releases" button that you'll see under the "Exclusion rules" configuration.

On Server selecting the releases to include in the plan is on the last step of the wizard that you use to edit your issue sources.

I hope this helps!



Ah! I didn't see the "Next" button. It wasn't intuitive (to me at least), that you're essentially going through the create wizard again. 

Thanks, Dave, you've been extremely helpful. 


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Atlassian Team
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Jan 10, 2021

No worries @Lee Cash , glad I was able to help!

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