Zephyr: delete/hide ad hoc test cycle?

Test cycles contain a standard ad hoc test cycle for each version. Is there a possibility to delete/hide this ad hoc cycle as it is possible for all other cycles?

JIRA: 5.2.6


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Any ideas on that issue? Anybody?

Any ideas on that issue? Anybody?

Hi Werner I have exactly the same question now, did you manage to find a answer? I have configured my dashboard to display the Test Execution Chart gadget and have filtered this for my requirement Project/Version combination to display all cycles but like you I do not wish to see the ad hoc label.

We are now using JIRA 6.2.2 and Zephyr - still no change in behaviour!

Anyone here with an idea?

Same question here!

Has anyone found an answer to this? We will never use the "Ad Hoc" test cycle and would like to get rid of it. We are using Zephyr for Jira

9 months and no response.. sad

Does anyone have any update?  There seems to be no resolution yet. This topic is also being discussed on Zephyr:






Hi all,


having the same question in 2017 based on JIRA Cloud with the Zephyr plug-in.


Appreciate any reply ;)




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