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Jira to Smartsheet Connector-How to handle 1:1 relationship of Sprint to Issue?

In a case where an issue is carried over to multiple sprints, I've found that the connector will only pull the latest sprint over on the Issue.  So if Issue A was not completed on Sprint 1 or Sprint 2, but was completed on Sprint 3, Issue A in the Smartsheet is only associated with Sprint 3.  

As a workaround, I'm recommending our team stops carrying issues to multiple sprints.  Jira addresses this by advising users clone a story if no work was completed and they want to add it to the next sprint, or split it if some work was completed.  

The problem comes in when a story is cloned.  Orig story moves to the backlog and clone story moves to the next sprint.  Orig story is not ever going to be worked on and we really don't want it in the backlog, we just want it reflected as Not Completed at the end of that Sprint.  Any recommendations?

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