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Adding issues from the board on next-gen projects

I am unable to add issues directly from my board on the next-gen project

https://cleeng.atlassian.net/secure/RapidBoard.jspa?projectKey=EN&rapidView=47

Why is that? I see some screenshots of such a feature here https://community.atlassian.com/t5/Next-gen-articles/Working-with-epics-in-next-gen-Software-projects/ba-p/896953 step 5 (the plus signs), but they do not appear on my board. I am using sprints, backlog and roadmaps. 

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Hello,

Could you make a screenshot of the screen where you expect the create issue button to be?

You have a scrum board and it is a kanban board in the documentation. For scrum boards you should add issues from the backlog menu. According to scum methodology sprints should add or delete already added issues.

I can see the plus signs here in the boards, on this link above 

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I'm having the same problem. I'm using a Scrum board, with Sprints enabled, and I don't have the + signs to add issues directly to the board

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