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The developers are done with stories of the current sprint and has started working on the user stories from the next sprint. Can I move the items to the active sprint
yes sure you can add additional stories to the active sprint. This will affect the burndown chart, you will see the additional story points in the chart, but that's it.
I hope this helps
Hi @Judefrank Mercy -- Welcome to the Atlassian Community!
Yes, you can do that with Jira, and I encourage you to discuss this situation with your team and their scrum master / agile coach, such as during a retrospective.
The way you have described your question leads me to wonder if you have "developers", "testers", etc. roles on the team...and the team is trying to use Scrum methods. If so,
Teams using Scrum often work together toward a goal for a sprint, selecting work they believe they can "complete" during the sprint to achieve that goal. And, teams often have people with different skills to help do that; that is all great! A challenge can occur when they focus on only one of those skills, such as the "developers" saying they are "out of work to do..." This can result in partially-completed work piling up ahead of other people/skill areas for the team...and so the goal may not be met. Then work may be carried-over to subsequent sprints, and the cycle repeats. Please discuss this with your team and coach to learn how to experiment to improve this situation, if that is happening.