You can narrow the scope of what’s displayed in your plan by filtering issues. In the Filters menu, pictured below, you'll find a set of default filters and any custom fields you have configured.
Search for a specific issue
To search for a specific issue in your plan, select the magnifying glass icon at the header of the Scope column and enter a word, phrase, or issue key to see all matching issues.
Here are some useful details related to each of the default filters:
Issue details — This is a general search function. Enter a keyword to find issues that contain it. You can enter multiple terms separated by a comma with no spaces. For example: IOS-4,IOS-21,TIS,Blocker
Releases — When filtering by releases, the release icons in your plan will also be filtered. Select the No release checkbox to filter for issues that are not associated with any releases.
Teams — Filter by teams in the plan. Select No team to filter for issues that are not assigned to a team.
Assignees — Filter by assignees that are assigned to an issue in the plan, as well as users which belong to included teams. Select Unassigned to filter for issues that are not assigned to anyone.
Projects — View issues from any project configured as an issue source for the plan. You can search by project name or project code such as IOS or TIS.
Issue types — Filter by issue types in the plan. What's available depends on the Jira issue types mapped to Advanced Roadmaps.
Components — If you have projects configured as an issue source for the plan, and you also have components configured for projects, you’ll be able to filter by them using this menu.
Labels — If you have configured labels in your Jira instance, you can filter by those labels. Select the No label checkbox to display issues without labels.
Dependencies — Filtering issues with dependencies helps to quickly narrow down any potential blockers that need the attention of your teams. Learn more about filtering issues with dependencies.
Statuses — Filter by status to sort by issue status. You can also filter for issues created in the plan that are not yet saved in Jira. In the statuses dropdown menu, select Unsaved issues under the To do section.
Warnings — Use this to display only issues that need attention. Get more information on the warnings in your plan by visiting the Viewing warnings page.
You can filter by custom fields if they’re configured for your plan. Advanced Roadmaps supports five custom field types as filters:
You can adjust the filter settings at the bottom of the Filters menu to show or hide specific aspects of your plan.
When filtering issues, only issues that meet the search criteria will appear in your timeline. Selecting Show full hierarchy will show all child issues, even if they do not meet your search criteria. The child issues that do not match the status filter will be slightly grayed out in appearance, as shown below:
Filter by status, Show full hierarchy off
Filter by status, Show full hierarchy on