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How to see the user stories that are moved to top of the backlog during the sprint

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Hi All,

I would like to see the user stories that are moved to top of the backlok from the current Sprint.

Does JIRA provide a report of history to see that?

Appreciate you help on this.

 

Thanks.

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Hi @Hemalatha Gopalakrishnan ,

Welcome to the community!

Yes, Jira provides a sprint report to see sprint history.

You can find the sprint report.

Go to project in the left sidebar you will see the tab for reports->sprint report

When will you scroll down the sprint report page you can see how many issues have been completed, incompleted and moved to backlog.

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I hope it will help you.

Hi @Hemalatha Gopalakrishnan ,

did you check my solution?

@Monika Rani  Thanks for the response. This helps a lot. 

I apologize for the late response. 

 

Thanks. 

@Hemalatha Gopalakrishnan  thank you for your response, please accept this answer so that other people also can take help of this solution.

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