Some issues are missing from plans
Platform Notice: Server and Data Center Only - This article only applies to Atlassian products on the server and data center platforms.
Some Jira issues do not appear in the Advanced Roadmap plans. You checked the issue sources in the plan and are sure the issue should qualify for it.
There could be multiple reasons for issues to not appear in plans. Please check the list below to see if any of the listed use cases apply to your situation.
- Your plan view might have filters applied. Make sure that the issue does not appear with all filters removed before proceeding further.
- Your plan hierarchy filters might filter some of the issues out. Make sure your hierarchy filters include the range of issue types a missing issue belongs to.
- Issues might be filtered out because of the Release settings of the Issue Sources. Confirm that the issue does not belong to releases that are being filtered out in Issue Sources settings. Issues that were part of archived releases are not included in plans.
- Issues might be filtered out because of the Scope settings of the Issue Sources. Confirm that the issue is not unchecked at the Scope configuration of the Issue Sources settings.
- Issues in completed status might be filtered out of a plan if they were resolved prior to the configured cutoff threshold in the issue sources. Check Issue Sources configuration and make sure that "Completed issues" parameter is set to the interval that covers the missing issue.
Some issues might be in a resolved status, but do not have a resolution date for whatever reason. Those issues will be filtered out of the plan regardless of a cutoff setting in the Issue Sources configuration. Check if your issue qualify for the following JQL:
statusCategory = done AND resolutiondate is null. Issues must have a valid resolution date set in order to be included in the plan.