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Is there an easy way to filter stories in a sprint to see all of the ones that created a scope change?  I can see it in the burn down chart with an *, but I want to be able to see them all in the filter without having to add the IDs manually.  Clicking on the percentage in the Health Gadget just brings me to the burndown chart.

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Hi Lisa,

I'm not sure there is an easy way, without using add-ons or querying using REST API or database.

See this question for a similar discussion: https://answers.atlassian.com/questions/52462958 

Hopefully someone will comment on this or the other question if they know a way.

Sam 

How do I request a JIRA enhancement?  If they are picking up the additions with the *,  there must be some logic that could be exposed as a field for query.

Vote for JSWSERVER-20097 to have this built into JIRA Server, or JSWCLOUD-16523 for JIRA Cloud, by default.

issueFunction in addedAfterSprintStart({BoardName}, {SprintName})

That is only available if you have Script Runner installed. It is not part of JQL by default.

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Using the epic burn down report is helpful in showing what work is left and what work was also added during the middle of the sprint - it is explained in this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u1w1k1yQj3k

That way if you add more work into your epic you can see how that may affect the timeline for finishing the epic in future sprints (Need a few sprints completed first to gauge velocity and make future estimates).

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