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Back fill incident + affected components

Is it possible to back fill an incident and add the component affected? I want the downtime for the component to be registered even if the incident is logged later on. 

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I too have been unable to find this feature, and would love a solution.

The only way I've found to work around this is to separately backfill an incident. And then go into the component and log some downtime. However this does not create a relationship between the two. The latter piece being the most important, and seems to be missing.

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