We are using Advanced Roadmaps, from Jira Premium, and I have several boards already included in my plan. However, when I add a new Scrum Board it seldom shows up as a board that I can include in the configuration. Even when I copy an existing board, so that all of the configuration of the board are the same, it doesn't show up. Occasionally, the board will be visible to be included the next day.
Any ideas on why boards aren't available to be included?
Hi @Rick Olson,
There is no published limitation on the number of boards. However, there are a few other known and published limitations on the number of items you can pull into a plan. From the Advanced roadmaps documentation:
Boards act as an umbrella to projects. As it is possible to have more than 100 projects behind a single board, I guess it is not really possible to specify binary limits for the number of boards you can pull into a single plan. Looking at the team limit, I can imagine that similar limitations may occur for boards as well.
I currently have 65 boards in my project on, in when trying to configure a plan, only 47 of them show up.
One board has been selected with 138 issues and the Issue sources screen reports 138 issues in plan. When trying to select a second board, which contains 346 issues, the board is not listed in the drop-down list.
It doesn't appear that I've hit any limit, but rather that not all boards are available on the drop-down list when selecting a board from the Issue Sources screen.
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