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Issue is not appearing in the project board backlog

When the issue is moved from Project A to project B issue got created but it is not showing in the board backlog of Project B

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Hi @Akshith Rekulapelli ,

Usually the status is the same, so if you have a Kanban board, you have to make sure, the issue is in the right status.

If you have a Scrum board, check the board filter, as Mikael suggested.

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Mikael Sandberg Community Leader Jan 20, 2023

Make sure that the filter that is used by the board is picking up the issue that was moved. If you to board settings > general you can see the filter that is being used by the board.

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