JIRA's Agile Board is not displaying all the issues

I have a board created for a project. In this board (plan view) there are missing issues from the sprint. The sprint shows all the issues in progress, but not all the 'Done' issues. Some of the 'Done' issues show up.

I checked the filter on the board and it is correct as I can see all the issues there.

I'm using JIRA v6.3.15.

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Volodymyr Krupach Community Champion Jan 09, 2017

Not sure, but please check this answer: https://answers.atlassian.com/questions/45972600

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How are you defining "done" issues?  The Scrum board defines them as "things in the far right hand column"

On the plan view, are the "missing" issues sub-tasks?  They're hidden on planning because they're pretty much useless in Scrum planning


Below is what I see in the 'Plan' mode. It would be ideal to retain the 'Done' issues as shown so that we know what was completed in the past for that sprint for the sake of traceability. However, I'd like it shown for all 'Done' issues.


These filter for displaying them is simple, and broad. It just displays all issues for this project. So I don't believe it has anything to do with the filter.


image2017-1-11 8:38:16.png

Could you look at the "missing" issues types?  And define what you count as "done"?

I'm not sure what you mean. Could you elaborate?

I've compared the issues that still appear even though they are done i.e. ISRIW 35 with one that isn't showing, and there doens't seem to be any difference in terms of what information was included such as sub-tasks, linked issues, or whether an epic was chosen etc.

The filter used on the board is this: project = ISRIW ORDER BY Rank ASC. So it essentially includes every issue in the project

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