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Filter by active sprint


I am trying to create a new filter where I can look at the active bugs in a sprint.


The issue is that I do not want to go back and update the filter with the name of the new sprint each time we close out the previous sprint.


Is there a filter that will allow me to show just what is being worked on during the active sprint? Burn down charts allows you to chose what is to be shown by giving you an option of "Next Sprint Due (auto)". Can this same logic be applied to creating a filter?

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Sprint in openSprints() AND Sprint not in futureSprints()

thanks, this issue resolve my query

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We have tasks that started in team A in "SprintTeamA 1"
but were not completed. Now the tasks in team B are processed
in "SprintTeamB 2". If I want to display all tasks of team A
in the active sprint, the old tasks are also displayed.

I used this filter:
Sprint in openSprints() AND Sprint not in futureSprints() and Sprint = SprintTeamA

I would like see this:
Sprint = active Sprint TeamA ("SprintTeamA 2")

I use the filter in a dashboard and don't want to adjust the sprint every time.

What´s wrong?

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This did exactly what I needed - thank you!!

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Jobin Kuruvilla [Adaptavist]
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Mar 28, 2018

This works. Thank you! 


and thank you for the quick response as well!

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Sprint in openSprints()

I am getting below error 


An option provided by the function 'openSprints' for the field 'Sprint' does not exist.


Any suggestions

Please try it with a space between your parentheses. ( )

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