I made a scrum board for testing purposes to evalute the use of greenhopper as our team is moving to an agile model of development. I made a scrum board with some of the tasks I had in jira and did a 'practice sprint' so that I could get a feel for what it was like to use the product.
We liked the product and wanted to do it 'for real' so I made a new scrum board for my team and when we try to create a sprint it knows about the one I did on the other board. This will mess up the velocity tracking for my team when the practice sprint data is incorporated with our real data ... is there a way to remove the old sprint history (or to treat this new board as working under a new team and the other sprints aren't associated?).
Unfortunately, once a Sprint is closed, there is no way to go back and delete it. If the sprint is still in flight,then you can delete the sprint by following these isntrucutions: https://confluence.atlassian.com/display/GH/Deleting+a+Sprint.
I hope this helps!
Perhaps I phrased things poorly, I don't really care if I kill that sprint's history, I want to start a new scrum board and have it act like a new project with a new team with no previous history. I imagine there is something used to delineate between teams at least so that team 1 doesn't have to get their velocity metrics populated with team 2's.
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