'Epics not displayed on Story Map' - Easy Agile User Story Maps

Board Query excludes Epic Issue Type 

The filter from your Agile Board is used to find the epics to display. Sometimes this filter has been configured to exclude the Epic issue type and therefore the product can't access them.

For example, you may have a JQL filter query which inadvertently excludes the Epic Issue Type like the following.

 

project = EXAMPLE and issueType in (Story, Task, Bug) ORDER BY Rank desc

 

Resolution

To fix this issue, adjust the board query to include Epic Issue Type, using the example above: 

 

project = EXAMPLE and issueType in (Epic, Story, Task, Bug) ORDER BY Rank desc

 

Or simply remove the check on issueType entirely. 

 

project = EXAMPLE ORDER BY Rank desc

 

You can read more on how to configure you Board's filter query here  

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