If an issue goes all the way through the board and is "done" when/how does it go away?
It seems like things just pile up forever.
Desired Outcome: After an issue has had all work completed and its been tested, I want it to not appear on the board any more.
- I'd prefer not to have to delete them as there's good notes on the issues. We'd like to be able to reference them in the future.
- we're actually using a next-gen sprint project that we turned off the "sprint" feature so we have both a board and a backlog.
Thank you for sharing your thoughts
Q: is that 10d value configurable? it feels like its a magic number
Q: is there any documentation on it being 10d? how does a new user know that's the convention?
What terms could I search for to find that information in the product guidance? I struggle to think of a word (given the strange title of this post).
@Andy Eunson Thanks for your feedback! I'm a Product Manager on next-gen, and I assure you the feature to clear done issues off the board is coming soon!
See "Easily clean up your board" on our public roadmap here: https://www.atlassian.com/software/jira/whats-new/next-gen#intheworks
In the meantime, please don't hesitate to submit feedback.
Will this include proper handling of "Done" epics on the Roadmap view? Currently, even though I have filters set to suppress showing Done items on Roadmap view, they show up. (and I've confirmed that all of the issues within the epic are also in a terminal "done" status). It's quite annoying!
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