JIRA 5.1.7, GH 6.2.2
I create a Scrum board for project A, (simple and straight forward). I look at the Epic column on the board adn it is not showing some of the Epics that I know are in this project.
Ran a quesry in issue navigator for Epic that are unresolved in project A and I get 54. Count the Epics that are in the scrum board for project A: 36.
If I create a new Epic from the scrum board, it show up on the scrum board.
This is really weird.
Can you run a search for all your epics and this time add a column called epic status and try to compare the values in this epic status. On GreenHopper 6.2 onwards, epics can be marked as done on the epic status, the board will then pick the value there and not showing the done epics.
To read more about Epic Status, you can refer to the documentation below:
Hope this helps, you can try the recommended steps on the documentation to set it different value. Cheers :)
I am facing a similar issue. A few notes:
Project=NAME ORDER BY Rank ASC" shared with the entire project
Can someone please help out with this?
Thanks in advance.
I am having the same issue. I have tried multiple times/ways/places to add an epic to our main board (JIRA v6.1), but cannot get it to show in the list of epics for the board. I tried adding an epic to another board (a test board), and it showed right away no problem. There is no difference in Issue Type Scheme for the two boards - both are the default schemes, with epic in there. Also, I am not changing the status at all.
Can't figure it out, and can't find any helpful info anywhere.
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