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How to hide component and release columns from top-level view of Advance Roadmap?

We don't make use of Release and Component in our Jira, is there a way to either hide or remove the Component and Release columns from top-level view of Advance Roadmap (see screen capture below)?

Advanced Roadmaps - Jira and 10 more pages - Work - Microsoft.jpg

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You should be able to unselect the two fields using the Fields drop down, which is right above the status on your screen shot.

i didn't test this in the cloud but it works for server and data center.

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Dave Atlassian Team Apr 29, 2021

Hi @PACCAR Inc_,

@David Wuth is correct with his answer, but I just wanted to elaborate on it a bit further. As well as being able to add, remove and re-order fields (by dragging and dropping) within the fields menu it's worth noting that any changes you make will be persisted to your version of the current view (you'll see an "EDITED" lozenge next to the view name).

If you want to ensure the fields change you make is shared for everyone that uses the plan you will want to save the view (there is a menu next to the view name). You can create as many different views as you'd like and this enables you to quickly switch between different visualisations of the data. The view settings comprise of not just the fields, but also filters, view settings (like grouping) and the hierarchy range.

Definitely worth trying this out!

Also, as a side question for everyone on this channel - we're looking for feedback on an updated version of the header, have a read of this page and let us know if you'd like to try it out:


Thank you for the additional info.

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