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JIRA Plans - Team View

Does anyone know why on certain teams some of the sprints are appearing in a 2nd row rather than on just one row?Issue on JIRA Plans.JPG

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Bryce Lord
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Aug 09, 2023 • edited

Hi @Kevin.Bruce !

If the sprint start date for one sprint and the sprint end date for another sprint overlap they will appear as a 2nd row since both sprints would be open at the same time during that overlap.

I would check to make sure that the end date (and time) for sprint "Elementals 23.4 S2" is before the start date (and time) for sprint "Elementals 23.4 S3".

You'll need to do this same exercise for the end date of sprint "Elementals 23.4 S3" and the start date of the next sprint that is cutoff in the image, they also look to be overlapping.

Hope this helps!

@Bryce Lord @Jean-Emmanuel BANQUEY  I have tried to amend the dates of sprint 2, sprint 3 and sprint 4 but sprint 3 still appears on the new row....any ideas?


I have other teams which are appearing as expected all on the one row.Gravity Sprints.JPGSprint 4 Times.JPGSprint 3 Times.JPGSprint 2 Times.png

Hello @Kevin.Bruce 

Yes, I have also this behaviour on some teams.

It seems to occur because the end date of a sprint is after the start date of the next one. Can you check with the (i) tooltip ?

It's not only a date but a time so 1 second interval is enough to appear as a second line in the plan.

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