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Sprint Capacity Management Query

Kevin Bruce
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Jul 14, 2023
  • I'm using the sprint capacity management view. But for some reason one of my sprints for a team is on a seperate row.

I've checked the start and end dates of each sprint and also compared it with the other teams in the view and I can see nothing different in how it's set up.

  • Is there way I can fox this? IMG_20230714_232753_edit_8439032377357.jpg

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Bryce Lord
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Jul 20, 2023

Hi @Kevin Bruce !

It looks like your sprint dates for the Elementals team overlap. So the end date of sprint "Elementals 23.4 S1" is after the start date for sprint "Elementals 23.4 S2".

Adjusting the dates so that sprint 1 ends before sprint 2 begins should fix this issue and put them on a single line.

Hope this helps!

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