Closed issues do not show up in Advanced Roadmap Plans

Still need help?

The Atlassian Community is here for you.

Ask the community

Platform Notice: Cloud, Server, and Data Center - This article applies equally to all platforms.


Issues marked as "closed" do not show up in plans.


To see if an Issue is 'closed' without a resolution, try adding the Resolution field to the Default Issue Screen for that project and then viewing the issue.

Resolutions can't be unset

Once a Resolution is set, it can be changed, but cannot be unset.

In general, issues marked "Done" have been set to that status with a transition that requires a Resolution, so this situation can be hard to arrive at.  This situation generally occurs when an Issue is closed with a direct edit to the status field or with a custom transition, though there are also other ways to arrive at this situation, such as by dragging an issue to 'closed' in a board, etc.

This article covers only closed issues without Resolutions.  If your issue is not closed, or has a value in the Resolution field, see Some issues are missing from plans in Advanced Roadmaps for Jira for other potential causes.


If an Issue is closed but does not have a value in the Resolution field, the issue will not show up on a plan.


If a standard default workflow is in use, Transition the Issue to an In Progress state, then close the issue with a transition, which should require a Resolution to be set.

If using a custom workflow, create a screen to add to a Transition, and add the Resolution field to that screen.

For full instructions, see How to Edit the Resolution of a Jira Issue.

If many issues are in this state, they can be edited in bulk as described in Bulk edit resolutions in Jira.

Last modified on Aug 23, 2022

Was this helpful?

Provide feedback about this article
Powered by Confluence and Scroll Viewport.