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How to see list of issues added to multiple open sprints across Jira Instance

We have 10 Jira projects. Once we start the sprint, I want to get a list of any new issue added or deleted from all open 10 sprints.

I can do this currently for a single sprint by using Script runner functionality

 issueFunction in addedAfterSprintStart("Board Name", "Sprint name")

When I try to add multiple boards to the above script it mentions that it only accepts 2 variables.

Please let  me know if there is any workaround to get list of new issues added/deleted from 10 open sprints.

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Hi, 

I don't know the answer for the Script runner, but I want to give a suggestion from another direction. You stated all sprints start together. Did you consider moving all to a single sprint? If you do that, you will have access to high level view cross projects and JIRA reports that will be available for you.

Cheers! 

We have 10 project teams delivering separate functionality. So it is not possible to combine all of them into one sprint. Is there another way to find the list of added/deleted issues without using scriptRunner

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