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"Hide completed issues older than" setting on boards


I am looking to just clarify the "Hide completed issues older than" setting on boards - we have that set up on a board to hide issues older than 1 week, however we have noticed recently that issues resolved in August are still appearing on the board itself in the "done" column.

I did a spot check on some of the closed issues in the "done" column and they were resolved older than 1 week, however they were updated within the last 4 days.

Will that cause the tickets to thus then still appear even though it was only "updated" but closed a long time ago?


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Radek Dostál
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Sep 05, 2022

While I can't say I have a hands on practice with that, I found and if it affects Cloud, it surely affects server/data center as well.

As a workaround what you might try is to specify the "hide" function in your filter, such as adding this to the sub-filter (or main filter, but sub-filter sounds like a better spot):

(resolution is empty OR resolutionDate >= -4d)

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