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Group by team shows multiple team sprints

Hi,

My plan has two different team's boards as issue sources. Some epics cross teams (ie the App Dev side and the Main Frame side will both have stories on the same project in the same epic). App Dev and Main Frame both have their own sprints. 

When I group by team, I see the work broken out as expected, but in the header of each team group I see both sprints labeled.  Any idea what would cause this? doublesprintlabels.png

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Curt Holley
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Aug 16, 2021

Hi @Richard Way 

 

My guess (based on what you have said) is there must be a story (or something) assigned to ADT team, but in MF sprint (and or vise versa).

Does that make sense?

What are the filter queries for those teams Sprint boards?

You got me pointed in the right direction. I went issue by issue, no dice, moved all of the issues out of sprint 1, still no dice, noticed that two initiatives had a sprint set, cleared those, and bang, all clear!

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