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Two Teams Working on One Project

I have two teams working off of the same JIRA project. When I view JIRA plans the 2 different sprints for each team is duplicated in the other - is there anyway I can just view the relevant sprint for that specific team but keep them in the same project?Duplicate Sprints.JPG

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Curt Holley
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Aug 09, 2023

Hi @Kevin.Bruce 

Welcome to the community!

Yes, is the answer to your question, though it does depend on filters used on each board and who is assigned.

For example, let's say the boards are filtered on the Team[Team] field (in other words Shared teams) and the idea is, if you are in Cloudops Cirrus all work assigned to you should also have Team = "Cloudops Cirrus" and be in Sprint Cloudops Cirrus 23.4.52.
But if you had issues with Nimbus team that are in Sprint Cloudops Cirrus 23.4.52. and viceversa, then that would generate the view you have. Both Sprints against both teams.

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