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how can we see the completed sprints?

Can we see the completed sprints and the issues related to sprints?

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Hi Srinivas,

If you go to the Report Tab and select the Sprint Report in the dropdown, you can choose a completed sprint and view all of the issues for it.

Here's some more info: https://confluence.atlassian.com/display/GH/Viewing+the+Sprint+Report

It was the solution, thanks :)

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Awesome !!! thanks, is very easy to get lost in Jira.

Like msaufiabrahim likes this

This works for me. Thanks!

Can anyone do this using the next-gen Agile JIRA project?

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Looks like this workflow it´s not the same for next-gen Scrum JIRA projects. On my project site, it only show Burndown and Velocity reports.

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I too only see Burnup and Velocity reports. how do I access Sprint Report?

Me too. I can only see Burnup and Velocity reports. how do I access Sprint Report?

The Burnup report shows all the items in the sprint with links to each Item. So that works for me.

Like Vanajakshi Mallareddy likes this

Answer: Using JIRA nextgen reports, the newly added 'Burn down' report has a list of completed and incomplete sprint items. I find this very useful to end of Sprint communications.

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Once again this is not so straight forward.

Buried within `Project settings -> Features` is where you can enable reports. https://support.atlassian.com/jira-software-cloud/docs/enable-reports/

The kicker? This is a bad way to find "Done" status stories.

On Next-Gen Jira projects use `Filter -> Status = Done`

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Like Anna D_ likes this

How do we view goals in previous sprints already completed? Don't see it in sprint report. Thx!

You can look at the Velocity Report and select a completed sprint from those listed below on the left.

Hi, 

How to see the completed Sprint(s) for a given version/ release? 

thanks 

Robert.

You could write a JQL statement with something like this:

project = XXXXX AND Sprint = <Sprint Name> or <Sprint ID> AND fixVersion = XXXX

 

Hope this help!

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Thanks Tony, This hint allowed me to find at least the basic data in JIRA for my Next-Gen complete Sprints.

Not able to see last sprint in reports in the new project. Earlier I was able to see previous sprints there.

 

Is there a way to see a less granular breakdown. I just need a breakdown of what tickets we completed in the previous sprints contrasted against what is in the future sprints/backlog.

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