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Epics missing on Next Gen project kanban board



I have created a next gen project in jira where I have epics and tasks linked to the epics. I am unable to see the epics on my kanban board. I followed this thread, and this doesn't seem appropriate when I have multiple epics in the project.

Is there any other way I can filter the list of epics in my next gen project. I can't see issues and filters option here.

Can someone suggest please.

Many thanks!




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Ollie Guan
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Apr 08, 2019 • edited

Hi @Yogita Manwani ,

Can you upload a screenshot of your question?

BTW, do you confirm that these Epic and Story belong to the same project?

Hi Ollie, 

I figured out the possible way of displaying epics on my kanban board. However, I would still like to know how can I see the option 'issues and filters' on the left panel (next gen project), just like I see for other projects.

Here's the screenshot:

Issues and filters option missing.png

Yes, I confirm epics and tasks belong to same project.

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