How to remove Releases/Sprints from Planning Board


how can I remove/delete from planning board a Release/Sprint created by mistake?

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In the classic boards, Versions are how "Sprints" are maintained (it doesn't actually use real Sprints, like the new boards do, it just uses Version as a way to duplicate the behaviour); so you would just need to modify/delete the version that you are using as the sprint (and reassociate the issues that were using the verions as needed to "reschedule" them). :)

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Thanks a lot! This answered my question!

Can you specify:

* which version JIRA?

* which version GreenHopper?

* are you referring to new boards or classic?

* are you referring to a Version or a Sprint?

JIRA 4.4.5.

Greenhopper 5.8.7.

I believe I am referring to the classic board.

When I am at planning board I can add Releases/Sprints at the right column. Let`s say one of these releases (with inherited spritns) should be deleted. How can do remove it?


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