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Filtering on backlog Items - Display tree stucture for items

Idea ID 2854495

Filtering on backlog Items - Display tree stucture for items

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Description:

On Backlog items menu, we have a left pan with the tree structure of items (EPIC/Feature/US) 

- From this Backlog items menu, if we filter using Filter bar or filter pane at the right side of screen, this tree structure for the left pan is keeping.

- But if we filter on Release and Sprint directly, we are losing this tree structure for the left pan (it is Octane design) and we are losing details of EPIC and Features related to the filter.

So I suggest to improve this filter on Octane by having the same behavior wherever we are filtering and keeping the tree structure on the left pan as described in scenario one.

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Micro Focus Contributor
Micro Focus Contributor
Status changed to: Needs Clarification

Hi @Johann-Atos 

The context filter is located on the top of the page in order to affects the whole page, starting from the left pane which affects the context of the main pane.

The right pane used as a quick filter and changed according to the main pane/item type and hence filter only the main pane which is related to.

If you do not want to filter the tree, use only right pane/inner filter for the different tabs

Do you find some missing functionality in the explanation above? 

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