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Scheduled Start and End not showing up in the Program Scope

In our Advanced Roadmap view, we have a program comprising of several different JIRA roadmaps. Unfortunately, even after syncing several times, the Scheduled start and Scheduled End date don't show up in the "Scope" view in the program view. 

I have ensured that all the data in the individual tickets have been filled out properly. Target Start and End are filled out in this ticket.


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Exact same issue here. In Scope view, I can see all of the Initiatives. But the "Scheduled start" and "Scheduled End" dates are populated. There is no where to map this to any other date fields including the "Target start" and "Target end" which are used across all the plans. This is extremely annoying as it defeats the purpose of Program view!

Facing the same issue. Anyone has suggestions ?

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