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Multiple Releases in Jira Align Configuration

When I utilize the Configuration Bar in Jira Align to see releases, I'm seeing multiple showing for each release.  For Example: I see 3 instances of Release 20.3.1.  Where can I correct that?  I've been unable to figure out where that information is pulled in from.

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Hi @Elizabeth McNicholas ,

Jira Align is showing each unique release (fix version) from Jira (assuming you are using fix versions in Jira).

Each Jira project has its own set of fix versions. When multiple teams work together, they use the same fix version names, but each is unique to its own Jira project.

Align is therefore showing you all unique fix versions from Jira as unique releases.

You can group the same fix versions/releases using the Consolidate function found under Program -> Release Vehicles -> More Actions -> Consolidate.

Here's the related help article.


Like Peter Jessen likes this

You are very welcome, @Elizabeth McNicholas.

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