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I want to change the status of all the 'Done' tickets as soon as I complete the Sprint. How? Edited

I want to change the status of all the 'Done' tickets as soon as I complete the Sprint. How to do that.

I have two boards, one is Sprint Board and One is Kanban board.

On completion of Sprint, I want to move all completed tickets to Kanban Board. Can any help me?

 

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Basically, I have a sprint board for development and Kanban Board for UAT.

I have a status which will display the issue in Kanban backlog. So basically, I want automation to set the status (to next status) of all the Done issues in Sprint board on click of 'Complete Sprint'.

So it automatically moves all the tickets to the next stage (Backlog of UAT) on completion of Sprint.

 

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We will need some more information on this request.  On the surface, it seems wrong, as "done" means "done", so you don't really want them on a board.

But I think there's a more complex process we don't know about.  Could you explain?

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John Funk Community Leader Jan 29, 2020

Hi @Pankaj_Badaya  - Welcome to the Atlassian Community!

So, if I understand you correctly, you want to mark an issue as Done on the Sprint board. Then you want the Done issue to show up on a Kanban board? Is that really what you want? What will you do with it once it gets to the Kanban board?

Please let us know if you are needing something different. 

Hello John,

Thanks for your quick response.

Basically, I have a sprint board for development and Kanban Board for UAT.

I have a status which will display the issue in Kanban backlog. So basically, I want automation to set the status (to next status) of all the Done issues in Sprint board on click of 'Complete Sprint'.

So it automatically moves all the tickets to the next stage (Backlog of UAT) on completion of Sprint.

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I have the same question. 

I think we're still struggling to understand why you think you want to do this.

When a sprint is complete, it's complete.  It should not change the status of anything in it, it's not what determines where an issue is in its process.  It actually reads the status to decide whether something goes to backlog, next sprint, or drops into the pile of stuff you don't need to do anything about any more.

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Apologies if I hijacked Pankaj's original question but here is my issue. 

I can't seem to edit the query to show issues in the current Active Sprint.

On this board, all the issues that are DONE belong to the November Sprint (closed).  It seems the only way to get them off the board and show issues from the December (current Active sprint) is to mark them as CLOSED and then Manually move all the December tickets on to this board. 

 

My actual question is

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John Funk Community Leader Dec 02, 2020

Hi Patty - what is the actual status used in the Done column? 

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I didn't think you could edit that column's query (or don't know where to do it) - I just dragged the status DONE item into the column

John Funk Community Leader Dec 02, 2020

Was the Done status already in that column? Or did you just now drag it there? 

Yes, it was already there.

John Funk Community Leader Dec 03, 2020

Hey Patty - this is a Kanban board and not a Scrum board. So there will be no auto moving of the cards off of the board when you close a Sprint like there is on a Scrum board.

But if you do not want to see Done issues on the board, then go to Board Settings > General and change the sub filter to not include Done issues - probably add something like AND statusCategory != Done

Yep. Do you know if there is any syntax to query for Sprints = Active or Sprints = Closed?

Sprints seem to have numbers assigned (ie even if the Sprint is named December 2020, the query will translate in SQL to Sprint = 10). 

John Funk Community Leader Dec 03, 2020

project = ABC and sprint in closedSprints()

or

project = ABC and sprint in openSprints()

Thank you!!!!

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John Funk Community Leader Dec 07, 2020

If that was helpful can you click on the Accept Answer button to close this one out. Thanks!

Perhaps I can't see an Accept button because I didn't create the original issue?

John Funk Community Leader Dec 07, 2020

You should still see the Green button above - do you not?

John Funk Community Leader Dec 07, 2020

You would need to go to the top of this Thread. 

Capture.PNGSorry, I'm really new to JIRA.

John Funk Community Leader Dec 07, 2020

Okay, good enough - didn't realize it did that.  :-)

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