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Sprints not showing on Project Roadmap


The rules for sprints to appear seem to be followed:

1) Roadmap must be in the same board as the issues

2) The sprints must have dates.




...Yet they do not appear.



One of many sprints...


Note: EP is not a project code, it is a label the team put on the Sprint.  It is in the AF board.

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Maybe there is something related to the point that these 53 issues were bulk moved from a team-managed project to this company-managed project?

if they have new sprints in the new board assigned, than I do not think there should be any issue with it, I also have moved issues from team-managed project to company-managed, and the roadmap works with the sprints...

With all feedback here aligned with guidance from Atlassian, I've opened a case with Jira Support.  The response I got was, these sprints were CREATED on another project and board (the team-managed project), thus they violate the first rule above.  So, its not that they exist on the same board, they must have been created on the same board.

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Ok, this must also be our problem. I have two boards in the same project, with the same filter, but some sprints don't appear in one board's roadmap, but appear on the other roadmap, even though all sprints appear on both boards, and THERE'S NO WAY TO TELL what board a sprint "belongs" to.  It's really a shame, because I really like the Roadmap interface, but I guess we'll most likely be using Plans, with all the caveats.

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Hi, are you sure the sprints are on the same board? and only in 1 project? Just carefully not to connect sprint with another project (and board), that all issues in this board are not also in a different board.

Yes, on same board, in same project.  I'm kinda befuddled. 

I tried different approach to simulate that, and I still see sprints in roadmaps, sorry I can not help, have no advise.

From Atlassian support, since the Sprints were CREATED on another board (the team-managed board), they will not appear on this project roadmap(company-managed) board.  Even if they EXIST on the company-managed board.

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Jan 24, 2022 • edited Jan 26, 2022

Hi @Athas Mark

There is a difference between Jira Project Roadmaps and Jira Advanced Roadmaps

These can be bought as an extra or they are free on having a Cloud Premium or Enterprise subscription.

If you do want to see sprint on the project roadmap feature you will have to make sure the following information is set correctly:

  1. Sprint board filter should only contain the current project
  2. Any sprint needs to have issues
  3. Any sprint needs to have start and end date of the sprint set
  4. Historical sprint should be finished

Screen Shot 2022-01-26 at 11.03.29.png

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@Radka Svobodova Thank you for pointing out my mistake!



That is not true, jira basic roadmaps also show sprints , in the timeline there are visible sprints and you can assign user story to the following sprints in roadmap view. Screenshot 2022-01-25 at 10.30.37.png

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The team has the current and 3 future Sprints created and dated.  Yet, they do not appear on the Roadmap.   Good point on the version: I should mention we have Jira Enterprise Edition.

I forget this piece all the time. You need to ensure your sprint has start and end dates.  From the backlog screen, click on the ellipses and edit sprint, then enter a start and end date. 

Now looking at your screen shot again, I do see that you have dates I'm not sure.

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Jan 26, 2022

Hi @Wendy McCurdy

You are right Sprint start and end dates need to be set. Dates on issue type are not taken into account


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