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Sprint ordering in Matrix view

I'm trying out Dependency-Map and I have problems using the Matrix-view.

I am showing Iterations as Columns and 

a) the matrix shows iterations that are actually not used issue 

b) I cannot reorder the Iterations so that they appear ordered in time.

 

is there a way how I can 

a) get rid of the unused Iterations

b) get the iterations shown in the correct order

 

Thanks

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Hi!

If you have installed the latest version of Dependency Map there is a filter function you can use to hide columns or rows (scroll down to "Filtering rows/columns"):

https://www.find-out.se/dependency-map-manual/

There is also a sort function that should allow you to order rows or columns based on date. It is also described in the manual, under "Sorting rows/columns".

If you still have problems, feel free to contact me directly or by sending an email to support@find-out.se.

Best regards,
Gustav

Thanks Gustav. That helped. All my mentioned problems are fixed by it.

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