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How do I create past completed sprints in Jira?

I am transitioning from managing sprints in excel to using Jira and would like to visualise my completed sprints and upcoming sprints in Jira. (Rather than only display upcoming sprints in Jira.)

For example I have an epic that has been running since October 2022 with some stories completed in October and some upcoming in February and I would like to visualise this on a roadmap.

Thank you in advance!

 

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Fabian Lim Community Leader Jan 09, 2023

Hi @Heather Cardew

Welcome to the community!

Unfortunately, this is not a simple task that you can complete.  This is how I would do it:

  1. First Create the Epics in Jira
  2. Then bulk import all the stories and associate them with the previous corresponding epics. Import in jira: https://community.atlassian.com/t5/Jira-questions/How-to-import-stories-linked-to-epics-in-jira/qaq-p/373117
  3. Create the sprints you completed with the dates they ran and a clear name. (I'm not sure if you can create them in the past) and assign the stories to the sprints.
  4. Ensure that all the stories are completed.
  5. Close the sprint

Good luck.  

Thank you Fabian!

You can also look into Jira Themes/ Initiatives and using Advanced Roadmaps to create a roadmap using Jira. 

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