I have set a release to an epic in the scope view of portfolio. Now I want to remove this association again. But the drop down shows only all my defined releases and no "No release" option.
Did I miss something? How can I set an epic, a story or any self-defined issue back to "later"?
I am using Portfolio add-on 2.0.0
I think there is actually a bug in the product. I'm in a similar situation as Oliver - I want to remove a value from the release field for an epic in Portfolio that I set previously and no longer applies. In my situation, I currently don't know which release the epic will ultimately be in, so while I would prefer leaving the field emtpy, I would be satisified with the "Later" option, but it's not working for me. Specifically, when I select the Calculate option as Rhys directed, the release field does not change to Later and retains the invalid release value I'm trying to get rid of . Also, the "Later" option in the list for me to pick it manually. So my only choice is to pick a future release that I know is incorrect for the epic, but at least it gets it out of the release I'm planning. I am also considering the static Later/Parked release option but that's pretty confusing to others looking at the release list.
This is a pretty impactful issue that is core to the product functionality. If there's any way to elevate its priority within Atlassian, that would be helpful.
I had this issue as well. I couldnt remove the fixversion from the Epic in Enterprise JIRA Software.
I moved the story from Epic to Story, and removed the fixversion and moved it back to Epic and linked the stories back. There was no other way to remove the fixversion. Very unpleasant user experience...:(
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