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We have a project called "Internal Non Conformities" - when you Create a new one, it goes into the first column, for some reason after "706" it got filled, and now no matter how many I add its always stuck at 706. Also the newest ticket goes to the bottom, I want it to goto the top. Is this possible? or to sort the column? not just for me but for every viewer?
How Gregory - You can't really change how the board operates in a Jira Work Management project. The ticket will always go to the bottom of the column on Create.
I think I know what this is.
Atlassian recommend that you have, at most, 500 issues on a board. But they cap all their searches at 1,000. A column is one search, it is doing "the board filter + and status in (<status mapped into the column>)"
That explains the column with only 1,000.
I suspect the 706 is because there is something limiting what appears in the other column, after the column's filter has run. The column has 1,000 issues in it, but 296 o them are not appearing in the column because they are set up not to appear!
I would first check no quick-filters are applied, then identify two issues - one that appears and one that should, and compare them for differences. Issue type? Assignee? Custom fields?
Ok, good, no quick filters. Have you managed to find an issue that should be on the board, but is not?
I am still flabbergasted that you have that many issues on a single board. How is that even manageable? Can't you separate those out in multiple boards so you can function better?