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Hide closed issues

I have more than fifty issues in the closed column.

How to hide them, please?


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Jack Brickey Community Leader Sep 09, 2019

You should add a sub-filter to your Kanban board, e.g.

resolved >= -2w OR resolved IS EMPTY
Component = KD AND resolved >= -2w OR resolved IS EMPTY

Thanks Jack

But when I add your solution in my filter, it removes all the issues from the other column

Do you have a solution?

Jack Brickey Community Leader Sep 09, 2019

Try this

resolution is EMPTY OR resolution is not EMPTY AND resolutiondate > -14d

Like Kelly likes this

Thank you very much for your help!


Even with this new filter it doesn't work. We see the other "component" appear, while I want to see only the "component = KD".

Jack Brickey Community Leader Sep 10, 2019

change your main project filter to include only KD components.

Why are closed issues still showing up by default in the backlog view? What's the idea behind this?

and why is there no easy way of hiding them?

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I vote for something like this:hide-by-status-2.png


As mentioned above, you can update the board query or subquery to hide closed issues.

Another option is to use the "Release" button on the top-right of the board, this will create a release and mark all the closed items as released, so they should no longer show.  You would need to to this periodically, say once a month, to stop the column from filling up again.

Hi @Kelly ,

You can update the filter query of your board, such that close requests will not listed.

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