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How can i see who had moved tickets from current sprint to backlog

Hi, 

I had an issue today that many tickets has been moved from current sprint to backlog and no one admit it, i tried to check its history but not find it there.

Please if you can help me it will be great.

Thanks

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Jack Brickey Community Leader Dec 08, 2022

It would be in the history. Can you share an example? Below is an example of what you should see. Basically anytime you add something to a spread, you should see that entry.

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I checked the history but didn't find anything, says it had changed from sprint 8 to backlog.

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Jack Brickey Community Leader Dec 09, 2022

And yet the Sprint field in DE-1440 is indicating the current active sprint? Could you check the history of one of the issues that was added to sprint prior to starting? Trying to understand if the history is capturing those correctly.

Yes.

Thus, still inside the sprint, has the history for add and change between sprints, all the moved out of the sprint have no history for it.  

Jack Brickey Community Leader Dec 09, 2022

Hi @Yasser Lahiby ,

so I did a bit of a reset here and reread your post and also your follow on responses. So it appears that you believe an issue has been removed from a sprint. Is that correct? And looking at your screenshot of the history for the one issue I never see the issue being added to the sprint so my question is how confident are you that it was ever part of the sprint? You indicated many issues were removed. Could you possibly go view the history of any and all of those issues? I have tested several variations and anytime I add or remove an issue from a sprint. There is an entry in the history for these actions.

One final thing to check and this should be definitive. Please go to the reports section and look at the sprint report. Ensure that you have the current active sprint, selected or whichever sprint, you're interested in, and scroll down to the very bottom , do you see issues removed from the sprint?

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Also you might view this issue: https://jira.atlassian.com/browse/JRACLOUD-73086 (there is also a plug in there)

 

HTH

Nicolas

Thanks for your efforts, but this solution need an Amazon or other third-party app to work it out, but I need it inside Jira itself

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