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I need to hide the Done tickets in my Jira work management project board

I ran into an interesting problem while dealing with the Jira Work Management project. 
I have a board associated with my Jira Work Management project. 

Problem: By Jira work management project board always shows the tickets that are already in Done state. 
I know there is not sprint related to this project/board but I want to put a limit let's say I should only see the Tickets in Done column of board which were moved to done in last 7 days only. 
I want to hide the older tickets in done column.

I am not sure if there is a simple way to achieve this. But any sort of workarounds are also appreciated. Thanks in advance. 

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Trudy Claspill
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Nov 16, 2023

Hello @badr 

The board that is automatically created with a Work Management project will automatically hide tickets that have been in the done column for more than 14 days. That is not a configurable setting.

Work Management project boards do not currently have the capability for custom Quick Filters based on JQL (as is available in Agile boards created for Software projects), so that is not an option.

There is not a "simple" way to achieve this with the native functionality of the Work Management board.

If you also have the Jira Software product you could use it to make a Kanban board based on your Work Management project, and there you could configure the time period for keeping Done issues displayed. But only users with a Jira Software license would be able to see that board.

A more complicated solution would be to have a custom field in each issue that you set (via Jira Automation Rules) when an issue has been in the Done status for more than X days, and then use that field in the Work Management board Filter option. This would impact your Automation Rule Usage though, so you would have to consider that within the scope of all Automation Rule Usage for your environment.

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