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Mark issues which are moved multiple times to a new sprint

Hello together, 

i have received a request, if it is possible at the end of a sprint to mark or flag the tasks that are moved to the next sprint.

So that in the next sprint it is clear which ones were already part of a previous sprint?

Thank you guys!

Cheers,

Tobias 

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The Sprint "field" on an issue retains all the active sprints an issue goes into, so you could look at "Issue is in current sprint AND issue is in previous sprint"

Hi @Nic Brough _Adaptavist_ 

thanks for your reply. 
 
I only have these filter functions:

2021-05-17 13_54_46-Window.png

But I think closedSprints() is similar with previous sprint. 

Thank you!

Sorry, I wasn't giving you JQL, just the principles.  Yes, I would use closedSprints() to do the "issue is in previous sprint" part.

Is there a possibility to flag them via Automation for Jira or via ScriptRunner? 
Otherwise we always have to search for this JQL to get the results. 

Maybe you have an idea about this.

Cheers 

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