I want to clean the done items from my Kanban Board. Please let me know how can I do this.
I have tried to edit the filter query and set resolution is EMPTY but this is not working for me.
If you set resolution on issue then the issues disappear. Another way for not showing done item is :
1- click on "Board" at the top right side of your page.
2- click on configure
3- at left side choose Columns.
4- Then clear Column "Done" by drag and droping Done icon. like below:
No this will not affect on that and for the second question you can make a jql and save that as a filter and use the filter for dashboard and that is okey. I mean on Board you dont see done issues ( if you clear done column cuz your issues go on your workflow).
The content displayed on your Kanban board is driven by two filters: the board filter and the sub-filter (which is optional).
Kanban teams using Jira often use the Release feature to assign issues to a specific release, and then have them all deploy and drop from the board at one time. You could instead use just "resolved" to drop older work from the board...as others have noted in this thread.
One team I help does both methods, so we have a sub-filter that only shows recently completed and unreleased versions.
(resolution = EMPTY OR resolutiondate > -14d) AND (fixVersion in unreleasedVersions() OR fixVersion is EMPTY)
Hey Bill, say I set this filter and it works. What if I DO want to look through the those older issues? Do I have to delete the filter, look through the issues and put the filter back?
I've tried using a quick filter to show all tickets done, but it doesn't seem to overwrite the sub filter it seems.
Your quick filter didn't work as expected because of the order filters are stacked: first board filter, then Kanban sub-filter, and lastly quick filter.
You have a couple of options that I can think of:
One question is how often do you need to see older issues? If the answer is infrequently I would choose (1), otherwise use (2) and inform board-users of the change.
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