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Clicking on active sprint of one board opens the active sprint of another newly created board. Edited


So I've two boards B1 and B2 under the same JIRA project, out of which B2 is newly created.

Tickets on both the boards are differentiated using a 'Team' field.

Now when I'm viewing JIRA tickets that are under B1, and if I click 'Active Sprint' from the left panel - then I'm directed to active sprint of B2.

Same applies when I'm trying to view backlog of B1, but instead I land on backlog of B2.

I double checked the board queries and they seem to be fine. Please help. 

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I suspect you're looking at the same sprint from both boards.

Hmm ok.. so how to default each board to their respective sprints? 

They don't have "respective sprints"

A board shows you issues as defined by its selection criteria.   The data it shows will include all relevant data, including sprints that issues have been added to.

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