Using JIRA Portfolio, I'm unable to get stories/bugs assigned to epics and releases to appear in my plan.


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Hello Jared, 

I don't know what your problem might be. This page could help you solve it.
Configuring Portfolio's scope view


Hi Maria,


Thank you for responding! 


My main problem is that I can get all of my epics from my boards to show up in Portfolio, but there's a significant number of stories missing from each epic. I've looked at my board filters, and I'm not seeing anything that sticks out. I feel like if it's visible on my board, then it should also be visible in Portfolio.


Any clues?

There could be a number of reasons that his issues aren't appearing. Could they be completed issues?

Same problem here. I only see one user story of an epic. None of the stories are completed, all todo, all in the same release.

Ok, my problem was that the Scheduled range was too short and that the stories were already assigned to future sprints that were not in the scheduled range. By setting the range to 'Full' I could see all stories.

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