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how do I get the Teams field in Advance Road Maps to map to the teams field on the issue?

Chris Gunter
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Sep 13, 2023

So when I've pointed the issue source to my project board, the issues that are pulled into the road map do not have a plan "team" associated with them, despite the "Team" field on each issue screen being populated. The road map does show my team but as an external team, this causes duplicate epic and story issues being created on the road map.

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Marc Koppelaar
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Sep 14, 2023

Hi @Chris Gunter

The Advanced Roadmap plan has a Team option, you will need to create a team or multiple teams within your plan.

To use these Teams in multiple project, you would need to create them as shared team.

Documentation on Teams in Plans can be found here

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