You should be able to go to Actions->Configure Plan and then click on the Branches tab. It should show the currently existing branches on the left.
You can add a new branch with the "Create plan branch" button in the top-right. It will show you a list of branches on your source repo that don't exist as plan branches or allow you to create a branch manually.
You can also delete branches by clicking on them in the sidebar (which takes you to the "Branch details" screen) and then clicking Actions->Delete branch.
Is it possible to get Bamboo to automatically (re)create build plans for branches that have expired? We are experiencing difficulties where we go back to (not very) old feature branches that have expired (over 7 days) but Bamboo does not run builds for new commits. What can I do?
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