how do I identify issues added to a sprint after it has started

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Sam Hall Community Champion Feb 01, 2017
There are a couple of built in reports which show this info:
  • They show with a * ("Issue added to sprint after start time") next to them in the Sprint Report.
  • The Burndown Chart records this as a scope change with 'Issue added to sprint' in event detail.

Hi, thanks for that Sam. Is there any JQL I can run to show a table of these items, I'm building a Sprint Summary report which I want to show the effect of my over enthusiastic product owner smile

Sam Hall Community Champion Feb 02, 2017

There's no JQL that can get it out of the box in JIRA Cloud, I'm afraid.

JQL does support some historical search operators (WAS, CHANGED AFTER, etc), but these only work on certain fields. Unfortunately the Sprint field doesn't support these type of history searches.

Of course you can search for JIRA Cloud add-ons which expand search capabilities in various ways, but I'm not sure if you'll find something suitable.

Another option, although not exactly what you want, is the Sprint Health Gadget which shows sprint scope change %.

Ignacio Pulgar Community Champion Feb 02, 2017

The Sprint Report has a link next to each kind of completions that retrieves the JQL needed.

You will see that it is not a pretty function, but a csv of issue keys like:

key in (KEY-1,KEY-2,KEY-3)

sprint-report-view-in-issue-navigator.jpg

Sam Hall Community Champion Feb 02, 2017

But don't those "View in Issue Navigator" links get all completed/not completed issues, not just those added after sprint start?

The "Issues Not Completed" list could be a mixture of issues added before sprint start and issues added after sprint start, as could the "Completed Issues", right?

Ignacio Pulgar Community Champion Feb 02, 2017

Yes, you're absolutely right. Then, the only way would be copying the issue keys in a JQL like: key in (KEY-1,..., KEY-n)

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