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How can I search sprints with "Sprint start date" > [DATE]

Deleted user Nov 19, 2018


I tried to use the operators ">"  , "~" but got error saying that these operators are not supported.

I tried also to filter according to Sprint name using Sprint =  or Sprint "~" but didn't get the required result

JIRA Version : V7.9.0


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Prakhar Srivastav _Appfire_
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Nov 19, 2018

Hi Gali F


To find issues from a specific sprint, you have to add one of the following to your JQL query:

sprint = ID
sprint in (1,3,4)


You have other sprint related functions like opensprints() , Closedsprints() .


If you have Adaptivist scriptrunner in your instance then you get a lot issueFunction for powerful searching with respect to sprint start date etc.



Deleted user Nov 19, 2018

Thanks Prakhar .

In need to filter all sprints that starts after YYYY-MM-DD 


All sprint with Sprint name that starts / includes specific string....




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Deleted user Apr 05, 2022

Yeah the Adaptivist query functions don't allow you to access the "Sprint.Start_Date" or "Sprint.End_Date"(I know those are  not the specific names of the fields, but you get the idea)

what would really be useful is something like this


issueFunctionOf(sprint in closedSprints() and Sprint.Start_Date >= X and Sprint.End_Date <= Y) 

That way you could capture items for Sprints that closed between 2 different dates.

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