Backlog user stories not appearing in Backlog tab to add them to Sprints

Samir Fattal
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March 15, 2024

I´ve updated my board to be able to implement Sprints. When doing so, I found the tasks that were in the Board tab under the Backlog tab and was able to add them to a Sprint 0.

Now when trying to configure my Sprint1, the remaining tasks don´t appear in that Backlog tab to be able to add them to this new sprint.

Can someone help me? I´ve got a PI Planning session next week and need to solve this issue asap :)

 

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Matt Parks
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March 15, 2024

When you say 'task' are you talking about sub-tasks? If so, those items won't show up in your Backlog of a Sprint board because the Backlog only shows issues that are at level immediately below epics (typically stories, bugs, etc.)

At least that's how it works in Data Center.

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Nic Brough -Adaptavist-
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March 15, 2024

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Your screenshot seems to show that you have put all your open issues into the sprint, so there's nothing left in the backlog.

To debug this further, you need to identify an issue that should appear in the backlog and try to work out why it is not appearing.  The status is the thing that matters here - look at that, and where it is mapped on the board.

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