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Stories/tasks not showing under Epics in Advanced Roadmaps?

Amit Bansal January 24, 2022

While most Epics are showing all items under it but I have identified 1 Epic which is not showing any items under it even though it has child items under it.

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Curt Holley
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January 24, 2022

Hi @Amit Bansal 

Most likely the children do not meet the "Issue source" criteria of the plan, or perhaps they are in a Resolved start and due to the Exclusion rule around Completed issues (default setting of 30 days). If neither of those, more info please 😊

Amit Bansal January 24, 2022

Thanks Curt. Post your reply I noticed that there were no filters however the epic showed all child issues in "Basic" view and not in the dependency view. Is this an expected behaviour?

Curt Holley
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January 25, 2022

If those children have no dependencies then they will not show in the Dependency view.

Go to the Dependency view and have a look at how the filters section is set (by that built-in view)

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