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Change in JIA Advanced roadmap not reflecting in JIRA stories

I have configured JIRA advanced roadmap for my project. it has hierarchy of Epics, Stories and Sub-Tasks. If I directly go to individual Stories or Sub-Tasks and change the Assignee or Due date, then the change is reflecting in Advanced Roadmap. However if I change the Assignee, Due Date for Stories, Sub-Tasks in JIRA Roadmap, that those are not reflecting in the individual Stories, Sub-tasks. Could you please help?

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Mikael Sandberg Community Leader Dec 06, 2022

After you made the changes in Advanced Roadmap, did you click on Review changes and then Save selected changes in Jira? You have to do these steps before any changes in the roadmap is transferred over to Jira. 

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