It is very easy to forget to end a Sprint before actual work begins on the next Sprint. Of course, we can get better at manually ending and starting sprints on time; however, how can a Cloud hosted client, cleanup incorrect Sprint end dates?
Can a Sprint automatically end on a given date/time and a new one begin automatically?
Can a completed Sprint's end date be edited after it has been completed?
I've seen this issue asked a couple times, but never is a workaround proposed. I really hope that such an expense, sophisticated system has at least a way to workaround this simple, human error.
Q: Can a Sprint automatically end on a given date/time and a new one begin automatically?
A: I do not know any feature like this in JIRA Agile.
Q: Can a completed Sprint's end date be edited after it has been completed?
A: Yes. If you have the correct permissions, the Sprint End Date can be edited anytime in the "Backlog" view.
I have multiple projects that use variations of the same base workflow. The variations depend on the requirements of the project or issue type. The variations mostly come in the form of new statuses ...
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