If I create a "Master Board" and a "Team Board" of the type Scrum, and I catch an issue in both boards, it seems possible to create Sprints in either of the boards and assign the issue to the planned Sprints in each board. The two boards does not seem to recognize the both the Sprints until one have started the Sprint in either of the board.
I.e. It seems to be some kind of race. The first one to start the Sprint of his board wins the battle and that Sprint will be visible in both Boards.
I can not see the reason behind. Why are the Sprints local to the board unless started?! I think it is a problem during search of issues as well. You have no qlue to the planning unless browsing via the Board.
It seems stories don't get a Sprint assigned (in the Sprint field) until the sprint is started. Until then the rank is used to sort them through sprints. Which totally breaks if you have 2 boards:
Board1 and Board2 both have 1 active sprint and 4 more sprints (in the same project). = Fine.
When I take Task A from the backlog of Board1 and put it in sprint 2,3 or 4 it stays in Board2's backlog.
When I take Task A from the backlog of Board2 and put it in sprint 2,3 or 4 it goes into Sprint 2 of Board1.
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