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Stop Jira Portfolio from creating sprints

I need to turn off Portfolio's automatic sprint generation until I can find sufficient documentation to be able to control it.

I'm getting projects and teams that show between 20 and 50 sprints  and then having to deal with sprint conflicts. All of this is stuff i do not want to deal with.

There must be a way to turn it off and on... yes?



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I am having problems with this as well.  In the screenshot I attached, Sprint 69 is the last actual sprint that exists in Jira.  Portfolio has auto-generated Sprint 8 and beyond.  In addition, they're all empty.  How can I stop Portfolio from automatically creating these empty sprints??



I figured this out!  We were incorrectly including a release from another project that has a release date of December 2019.  The project this plan is related to doesn't have cards planned out that far.  I assume that Portfolio looks the release dates for all included versions and creates sprints in the future to match.  As soon as I removed the release that didn't belong, the empty sprints went away.  

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