This question is in reference to Atlassian Documentation: Deleting a Sprint
Hi, as of now Sept 2016 can anybody help to delete sprint, in my TaskBoard backlog I have issues and I see some prev created Sprint10 (no issues), that Sprint is not active judging by dates, I don't have option to click on multi dots .... on the right and delete it, in its place I have some traffic lights icons like on pic, what do they mean
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This all comes into view b'z we want to have issues from one big project be in multiple Sprints, is it possible ???? This is hard spec which we can't change: we plan to have one project for whole year, with like 150 issues and task and we want to put pieces of it into 2 weeks sprints.
I'm bit confused here, and we still on trial if it's matters, trying to build perfect configuration for our POC presentation.
> I don't have option to click on multi dots .... on the right and delete it,
The sprint looks to have been completed, so deleting it would in theory mess up your numbers.
>in its place I have some traffic lights icons like on pic, what do they mean
They're the current total estimates for to-do, in progress and done issues in the sprint. No numbers shown because there are no issues
>Board can only show issues from Single project (I think True as we can create Board only from Project view)
False, a board is based on a saved filter. These could be things like "project in (a, b, c)", so you absolutely can select from multiple projects
> On Board we can have more then one Active Sprint
Parallel sprints are possible, but you might have to enable them in "labs"
> On Board we can have more then one Sprint (ig. One active and 2 in the future) True/False ?
Create the sprints, then you'll see them in planning
I'm lost on the last point, unless you're reading an old set of docs (for JIRA 6 or lower) while using JIRA Software (JIRA 7+)
Also couple of dogmas I would like to confirm:
3. On Board we can have more then one Sprint (ig. One active and 2 in the future) True/False ?
Also: trying to do translation for my users: on manual it says:
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