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How to manage old cross-project releases? (delete them?)


I was wondering what's the best approach about past cross-project releases. They keep appearing in the releases dropdown:




Is there a way to hide them? Deleting them seems awkward maybe I'll want to review done releases in the future. If I delete them, I'll have to re-create them when needed.

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Alexis Robert
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Feb 02, 2021

Hi @Jean-Pierre Froud , 


in the Releases menu in Jira you can choose to archive versions : this way the information is still accessible on old tickets, but the version won't be available in the Releases fields :


Screenshot 2021-02-02 at 12.53.21.png


Let me know if this helps, 



Hi @Alexis Robert 

Thanks for your answer. Unfortunately it doesn't help: you're mentioning releases and I was referring to cross-project releases from Advanced Roadmaps. Archiving releases within a cross-project release doesn't affect the visibility of the cross-project release:



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