In the features list I would like to be able to filter out "Parking lot" features

Currently it's hard to tell which features are in the parking lot and which are in "active" releases with dates. I tried using release dates but it's not very effective. 

  • Guest
  • Feb 27 2015
  • Already exists
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  • Jan 26, 2018

    Admin Response

    Parking lot releases can be filtered out with the Release name filter. Add a None filter using advanced filters and select only the parking lot releases, which are shown with a gray background under the active releases. This filter will show features in all other releases, but not those in parking lots. Please see the screen shot below. 

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  • Guest commented
    May 22, 2015 23:59

    It would be nice if there were a single filter to do this automatically.  It's clunky having to pick all the non-parking-lot releases. Plus it doesn't apply if new releases are added and you've got a saved view.

  • Peter Makover commented
    January 26, 2018 14:23

    Agree with the guest comment that it would be better if there were a single filter criteria to include/exclude Parking Lot releases from the list view.  Without it I have to manually include each release and if I save that view and then a new release is added, I have to remember to update my saved view to include it.

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    Austin Merritt commented
    January 26, 2018 15:04

    Hi Peter, one option to streamline your workflow would be to add a None filter using advanced filters. You could then select only the parking lot releases and all of the features in any other release would be shown. This way you would only need to update the filter when new parking lot columns are added rather than each time a new release is added.

  • Rob Parrish commented
    August 21, 2018 17:08

    The Advance Filter approach suggested does not work effectively when I want to also include a filter across all products. Our company has 5 such product lines, and I want to build single reports that can filter across each, while keeping the flexibility for Product Managers to use the backlog in each area in the way they see fit to best serve their own needs.