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I set up my plan based on filter but the plan does not pull all items?

We are using plan and is not pulling all Initiatives into the plan that my filter does? IN MY FILTER I HAVE 76 ITEMS but my plan shows only 30?

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Oct 05, 2020

Hi @Zsofia Kope ,

I believe that you are using the filter query as a data source of your plan. Could you confirm the settings from your Issue sources of your plan "How long completed issues will be shown in your plan?"

I can set the time. The issue is that is clearly pulling subtasks associated with the stories that are to to or left in progress etc.

Whether I change 30 days or 90 days my unestimated issue count is the same (subtask and stories lumped together) . we do not estimate subtasks so is pulling all of them in :(.

JIRA considers subtask te same as any issuetype and that is the issue. I plan we should be able to choose what issuetype needs to be rolled up to initiaitive + epic level. WE dod not have that flexibility. so my executivesare flipping because does not give the accurate unestimated stories z(since adds subtasks:()

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