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Missing Next-Gen issues in Scrum Board

I have created a Scrum Board from a JQL that returns issues from three projects. One of these projects is a Next-Gen project. 

The problem is that all the issues that are assigned to an EPIC and not shown on the Board. The ones with EPIC are shown OK. 

All the issues are returned by the JQL filter. I tried the same thing in a Kanban board and I see all the issues without problems.

How can I see all the tickets that the JQL Filter returns in a Scrum Board

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Hi @Marcelo Jaeggi

I've tested this every possible way I can think of without success - this might be a limitation.

Next-Gen projects weren't designed to have multiple projects on one board - bringing them into a classic Scrum board seems to have some issues with the Epics panel, I envisage because Epic Link isn't the same field used to link child / parent in Next-Gen.

Is it possible to use a classic project instead in this instance? There might be a workaround but this is the cleaner way of doing it.


Hey, If I don't have any other option I will migrate the project. 
But, there are several teams working on that project and I don't want to change anything at this point.

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