Actions on my sprint affecting other sprints

Ismail Sanni March 11, 2024

Hi Guys,

I work on sprints, i closed one today and i moved issues to a different sprint as well, I got a message from a coworker using a sprint in a different project asking if i closed his sprint or moved issues away from his sprint, he got emails and from that emails, my name appear that i moved the issues to a different sprint but the thing is that i never went into his project, i didn't even know the project existed, it wasn't even part of projects i recently accessed. Is there something connecting my sprint and his sprint together?

Thanks

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Mikael Sandberg
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March 11, 2024

This can happen if issues in your sprint is also associates with sprints on other boards. Sprints are not board/project specific, so issues can be associated with any sprint no matter the board or project. That is why I always recommend assigning issues to sprints from the backlog, that way you know it will end up in a sprint at is associated that board.

Ismail Sanni March 11, 2024

@Mikael Sandberg I assign sprints from the Backlog, and the issues are not associated with Sprints in the other board, they have totally different issue keys. Lol its just kind of funny because i haven't even seen this issues before.

Ismail Sanni March 11, 2024

@Mikael Sandberg I can remember ranking some issues in my board, I remember those issues and when i checked the history of the affected issues, it said i ranked them but i can clearly remember i ranked different issues in a totally different project

Ismail Sanni March 11, 2024

Thanks for your contribution 

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Craig Nodwell
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March 11, 2024

Hi @Ismail Sanni check the filters on the boards and see if they reference anything outside of the respective projects.

Ismail Sanni March 11, 2024

Hi @Craig Nodwell I checked the board filter and they are only Atlassian issues and i checked the affected issues and they have a different IT function and they don't appear in the filter at all.

Craig Nodwell
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March 11, 2024

You can always check the audit log.  You'll need your admin to check for that.  It'll tell you what happend.

Ismail Sanni March 11, 2024

@Craig Nodwell I checked the Audit log and i didn't see much info, I will monitor it in case it happens again.

Ismail Sanni March 11, 2024

Thanks for your contribution

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Ismail Sanni March 19, 2024

@Craig Nodwell @Mikael Sandberg The issue was because the 2 Sprints shared the same name.

Craig Nodwell
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March 19, 2024

That's a bit confusing since under the hood the two sprints should have different internal id's.

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