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I see plenty of articles and forum entries from admin managed and older versions of Jira Kanban boards for how to limit how many tickets the Done column displays by how old the ticket it, but I don't see how to do this for the new team-managed version of the Kanban board.
Does anyone know if that's something that is possible in this version? It's for a marketing team, so version-based hiding won't be applicable. This is in my view a key feature of any Kanban board that doesn't want to become a swamp, so I'm very interested in knowing how to achieve this. Any help would be really appreciated.
Team Managed projects do not include the feature to let you configure the age for hiding done issues. It is hard-coded to hide done issues when they have been done for two weeks or longer.
You can, however, manually clear the issues from the Done column. Refer to this article
I'm still looking to see if I can find an already existing Atlassian backlog item for being able to set the age used to hide done issue in the kanban board for a Team Managed project.
Thank you so much @Trudy Claspill ! This has really helped me. I do think it's odd that they made this hardcoded, I guess it's taking this whole "simplified" thing to a new level, but they need to take care that simplified doesn't turn into mystified XD
I was going crazy looking for this option but you have answered the question so at least now I know what I am working with, I really appreciate it.