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How to show ticket issue type in Portfolio Plan

Hello all,

I am new in using Jira Portfolio and I am trying to create a new plan in with this filter:

project = "Project Name" AND (status = "To Do" OR status = "In Progress" OR status = Blocked) AND labels = label_name

When I hit this filter in search tab I get all the issues I need.
In Portfolio I see only Epic, Stories & Subtasks issue types.
This is our Portfolio configuration:portfolio.png
Is there any way to see other issue types in a plan?

Thank you!

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Roi Fine
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Apr 01, 2020

Hi Argyro,


To help you I would need to know which issues are you missing - What type/hierarchy?

Portfolio categorizes issues by the standard names but other types are still mapped and can be created within the Plan UI. I.e: Bugs would appear under the Story category.


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Ravi Sagar _Sparxsys_
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Mar 31, 2020

Hi @Iro Karavasili 

You should be able to select other issue types when create a new hierarchy. Just map them to the relevant level.


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