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In ordinary project boards, it is possible to change sprint allocation of issues through drag and drop. It's very convenient.
Unfortunately, in Advanced Roadmaps (otherwise superior in most ways), it is only possible to set start and end dates this way (even if they were not set). It's extremely annoying: I believe dates are evil on "story" level, and would like "snap to sprint" feature like in basic timelines. Is that possible?
You can select the Sprint for a Task from the Fields view - but it requires the Issue Source to be a Sprint Board.
Update the Issue Source first...
Next, back on the roadmap view...
^ You can then modify a single Issue's Sprint from the field, or you can select multiple issues (using the checkboxes on the left-hand side) and use the bulk actions menu to assign multiple issues to a Sprint at the same time.
It's not quite the same as using the timeline "snap to sprint" feature, but it's similar. I'd assume the reason it's not the same is because Advanced Roadmaps can have multiple Projects, Boards, and therefore Sprints in it (including those running concurrently), so deciding on which to use would be more complex, especially if Issues were in multiple Board filters.
It is, indeed, not at all the same as "snap to sprint".
And in my opinion, not at all similar, quite the opposite.
There are many ways to change field values. Specifically for sprints, the simple timeline holds the superior one. It's one big feature we miss in Advanced Roadmaps.