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Two Projects, One sprint board - view the cards in sprint for both prjs but not backlog

Hi all,

We are adding quite a few large features to our product.  We have created a couple of new projects (prj 2 & 3) to keep large pieces of work and related stories seperate from our main project (prj 1). 

I have shared the sprint board for Prj 1 between the projects by amending the filter in the sprint board settings to include the new projects, it works well. 

However I can now see all the cards in Prj 2 & 3 in Prj 1's backlog.

Is there a way I can keep Prj 1's backlog for only Prj 1 cards and allow Prj 2 & 3 issues to share the sprint board?

I think the solution is to create an entire new project and sprint board, thoughts please as to a better way.

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Hi @Sarah ,

You could create a quick filter that filters out the tickets in the backlog for project 2 and project 3 in the backlog. E.g.,

project not in (Project2,Project3) AND status not in ("To Do")

(I'm assuming "To Do" is the status for backlog items only.)

I just tried it in a test scrum board and worked for me.

Hope it helps.

Thanks Carlos, going to try it now.  Will let you know how it goes.

Yay, it worked, thanks so much for your help! 

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