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I created plan in Portfolio that contains 2 releases: A, B. I have got a future sprint for a team in JIRA that contains 2 stories in release A, 2 stories in release B and 3 issues not related to any release. In Portfolio in Scope view I set Story and Release A in filters. The problem for me is that 2 stories from release A and 3 issues not releated to any release are shown. How can I filter issues only assigned to release A? It is important for me to see all issues in sprint but also to have opportunity to see issues only from selected release.
are the 3 stories which are not assigned to a release (in your case release A and B) to the "Later"-Release? In this automatically generated release you should find issues that are not scheduled and therefore not part of the schedule view.
You can find details on the "Later"-Release here: