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I have 116 Epics. When I go to add a parent to a story, I can only select from 50 of my epics.

I have a next-gen project and I have 116 Epics set up in my Roadmap. When I go to add a parent (or change parent) to a story, it only shows 50 epics even if I type the name of the epic. Is there a way to get the whole list of my epics in my project to show up?

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Eoin Atlassian Team Jul 14, 2019

Hi @keving - we're currently rolling out a fix for this. It should be resolved now or very soon for you.


This would be a tremendous help to my workflow if you could fix this.

had the same issue.. seems like old epics (back from January) were not showing up in the list, and only new ones did! Ended up recreating a bunch of epics and re-assigning issues in order to fix this..

Hi John, I tried deleting and recreating all my epics, but they are still not showing up.

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Eoin Atlassian Team Jul 21, 2019

All - we're currently working on a fix for this - apologies for the inconvenience. This should be resolved very soon

It's working for me now — thanks for fixing this!

Was this fixed? It is still an issue for me.

This is working for me now. When I go to add a parent to a story I see all the epics.

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