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EazyBi. How to hide some issueTypes?

How to create measures like “Show all issuetypes in table, but not Stories”
In JQL it looks like: issueType NOT IN (“Story”)

I wanna hide some tasks with this kind of issueType

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Sir Mārtiņš Vanags
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Oct 03, 2023

Hi @NewByatl 


Try creating new calculated measure using this formula with Aggregate and Except functions to count Issues created from all issue types execpt stories.




[Issue Type].[Issue Type].Members,


[Issue Type].[Story]


[Measures].[Issues created]



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