I'm trying on the new Portfolio 2.0 for Cloud.
But I can't seem to import tickets during planning. I'm allowed in the creation of a plan, where you choose the JIRA-projects and releases.
But after that I can't find an import button like in the old version, and it doesn't seem to automatically import issues(unless they should be treated special to get auto-imported)
Any help or pointers would be greatly appreciated?
Portfolio 2.0 has replaced the import workflow with an "Issue source" model. The issue sources are the projects/boards/filters that you define as the issues to bring into Portfolio and remain synchronized with JIRA.
The steps in the plan creation wizard will ask you to select the issue sources from JIRA, relevant fix versions/releases and particular issues you want to exclude/include. Once this has been configured issues will automatically be brought in from JIRA including new issues as they're added to the source from outside Portfolio.
Please let me know if you have any further questions regarding this.
Thank you for the answer.
How do I configure/edit which projects/boards/filters after I've created the plan. I realize that I can configure it in the creation wizard, as you mention. But any changes after that, I can't seem to find where to configure?
I'm trying to bootstrap a new plan for an existing project, and everything seems fine except that stories that have already been completed don't seem to be included in the import. As a result everything is showing as 0% progress, which is very wrong
Is that intended, or something I'm doing wrong?
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