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New Rapid board - resolved issue

Is it possible to show resolved (but no closed) issues in a Backlog? Now we can see only opened ones. When we plan a new Sprint, we move addressed issues from Backlog to a Sprint. But during work on Sprint our developers also resolve some issues from Backlog which we deside (after resolving) to include into a ongoing Sprint. How to do that?

The plan/work is a dynamic proces but in Rapid board there is no way to move issues from Backlog to Sprint and back or from one Sprint to another

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I'm not really sure what you're trying to achieve here. Why do you want to work on the resolved issues again?

The board considers the statuses mapped to the last column to be the Definition of Done. Issues that match the board's filter but that are in one of the statuses on the last column will not show up in Plan mode.

You can definitely move issues from the backlog to a sprint and back (just leave them in any column other than the last one). You can then move them from one sprint to another.


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