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Iterations not visible in All Plans, but visible inside Release Backlog

Abhiranjan Singh (261) | asked May 13 '20, 10:47 p.m.

 I have 6 iterations in the timeline, but when I go to All Plans view, I see only the Iteration 1 and Iteration 2(Current). 

If I go into Release Backlog, I see all the iterations, but in the default "All Plans" view. What am I missing? 

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Abhiranjan Singh (261) | answered May 14 '20, 9:28 a.m.

 Actually, figured it out! I needed to create a plan (of type Sprint Backlog) and pick which iteration I was creating the backlog for and tada! Thanks for nudging me in the right direction!

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Ralph Schoon commented May 14 '20, 10:56 a.m.

Good that it is workig for you now. 

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Ralph Schoon (63.2k33646) | answered May 14 '20, 4:33 a.m.

 An iteration is not a plan. It is only a property of a plans scope. As far as I can see on my system the "All Plans" view only shows the plans that have actually been created.

Abhiranjan Singh commented May 14 '20, 9:25 a.m. | edited May 14 '20, 10:56 a.m.

 Yes, I understand. Pardon my inaccurate use of terminology. 

In "All Plans" I don't see the backlog for all the iterations I have created, even though there are stories assigned to iterations other than current. 

If I go to "Release Backlog" from "All Plans". I see all the iterations, but those iterations are not visible in the default All Plans view. Is there a specific way to create a backlog for all those iterations so they start showing up in All plans view? 

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