I have been using JIRA for the projects and running sprints successfully. Suddenly I stated seeing some other projects sprints showing up on my board. This is skewing the release burndown and version reports which is used effectively for managing releases.
What could be the possible reasons of the same.?
In a general sense, if you see a sprint from another project, it means that this sprint contains issues that match your board's filter. Discounting flaws in your own filter, here's what could have happened:
Both scenarios can be verified by looking at the contents of the "wrong" sprint(s). Doing a JQL for Project = YourProject AND Sprint in ("WrongSprint1", "WrongSprint2"...) will show you all issues associated with the wrong sprint. From there, look at the history of individual issues to figure out what happened.
Once you've done your detective work, it's pretty much an issue of figuring out how to avoid that mistake in the future.
Hi @Subhashish Lahiri,
You need to check the board filter and make sure that it displays only one project. A common mistake is that board filters are based on an issue type and when a new project is created with same issue type its requests will be shown together. Or it could be that someone from the team have updated the board filter without knowing that this filter is used in a board.
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