I created an epic for my project and assigned several issues I had already created to it. However when I go to the Agile board for that project no issues are showing in the backlog. When I click on the Epics tab, it tells me that I have 0 issues in that epic. However if you click on the link to that epic, it clearly shows there are issues in that epic. Attaching images for example (blacked out the project name to protect the client).
Took this from the doc:
"An issue will only be visible in the Backlog if:
Are your statuses mapped to columns properly?
Your Agile board was probably created from a project, in which case a filter that goes "project = Project A" is created for you and applied to your board.
Take a look at this documentation and make sure the filter for your board isn't excluding the issues you're adding to the epic.
As far as I can see, I don't have any filters on this board. I didn't eve know that was possible other than the two "quick filters" at the top of the page. I know how to create filters for dashboards and searching, but not using them for an Agile board.
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