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When I set up a plan, choose my boards, and then select fixversion, the plan still pulls in tickets that don't even have a fixversion. When I go into the settings to select the releases, all of the available releases are selected. Changing this does nothing, and going back to settings shows that all of the releases are selected again.
I thought portfolio only pulls issues from each board that have the selected fixversion?
If I deselect ALL fixversions, it's still pulling in issues....
During the plan creation selecting the issue sources If you de-select a specific release, then any issues associated with that specific release will be automatically excluded from your plan, but issues without a fix version are included so that the issues can be included in either the current or a future release that does not yet exist for planning purposes.
Additionally if you add an issue without a fix version to a release that was previously excluded then the issue will be removed from the plan by being added to the excluded issues.