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How to identify tickets that are carry forward from one sprint to another?

How to identify tickets that are carry forward from one sprint to another?

How to filter tickets that are carry forwarded from previous sprint to current sprint?

Is there option like sprint in (opensprints()-1)?

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Jack Community Leader Jun 09, 2021

Try adding to your jql …

Sprint in closedSprints() and sprint in openSprints()

Jack Community Leader Jun 14, 2021

Bringing the discussion back to this thread….

so (AFAIK) you cannot find issues in current open sprint that were specifically in the previous sprint using JQL unless you include the specific sprint name. I think you want something that is dynamic? In other words this would work…

sprint in openSprints() And sprint in xxxx

where xxx equates to opensprint -1

 

note- I tried the following (in cloud) as a test and it did not produce the desired results

Sprint in openSprints(-1) and sprint in openSprints()

Thank you. sprint in openSprints() And sprint in xxxx with hardcoding sprint value is working. Is there a dynamic way to set sprint value to last closed sprint?

Jack Community Leader Jun 14, 2021

None that I have seen

Are you trying to identify carried forward issues only from the immediate previous sprint, or from any previous sprint?

yes only from immediate previous sprint.

Hi , please help how to find the carry forward tickets from immediate previous sprint?

Hi , please help how to find the carry forward tickets from immediate previous sprint?

Jack Community Leader Jun 14, 2021

? Did my suggestion not provide desired results? If not please reply in my response as to the results.

Hi Jack,

Thank you. Closedsprints() displays all the issues from all previous sprints. Also opensprints() displays all the issues that are created in current sprint as well.

I want to extract the only issues that are carry forward from last sprint to current sprint and nothing else. Can we get this in jql ? Please help.

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