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Sprint Report - Bugs found during sprint Edited

Hello, 

One of the questions my management ask is "what bugs were found during the sprint?" and "did we increase the bug backlog in this sprint?"

 

It would be really nice to have a list of Bugs found during the sprint in the "Sprint Report". 

 

Anyone agree?  or has someone found a way to create a filter that would provide this information?

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John Funk Community Leader Apr 29, 2021

Hi Garry,

Why couldn't you just create a filter that shows Sprint = XYZ and issuetype = Bug

That would work fine, however

  1. You would have to make sure that the reporter assigned the bug in that sprint
  2. How would you differentiate the Bugs that were assigned to the sprint prior to the start of the sprint?
John Funk Community Leader Apr 29, 2021

1. Yes - but I would think you would need to do that anyway.

2. You could do that based on create date. 

  1. well, yes and no:
    1. First it's subject to human error.... what if he/she forgot to assign the Sprint to the bug filed
    2. Also depends whether or not the bug was a regression that was caused by a story in the current sprint OR it was there before.  
    3. bugs found during a sprint should be resolved during a sprint, however that may not always be the case
  2. Based on create date is possible, but you'ld have to update the filter with every sprint.     It would be so much better to have a section in the Sprint Report for bugs found in sprint.    
John Funk Community Leader May 03, 2021

Correct - everything in Jira is subject to human error when they enter tickets.

And, yes, you will need to update the filter or create a new filter each time you create a new sprint. 

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Hi, @Garry Horoupian  !

 My teams use Sprint Report for that needs - View and understand the sprint report :

Issues added after the sprint starts are indicated with an asterisk.

Yes, i understand that, but that's only good if the bugs were added to the sprint.

Anyway to get list of bugs created during the sprint (regardless of whether it was assigned to the sprint)?

In that case you can create filter(than add any gadget on Dashboard) with JQL like:

project in (ABC) and issue type in (Bug) and (Sprint = ABC or (status changed from “To do” to "In Progress" during (start date of sprint, end date of sprint)) or (created >= “start date of sprint” and created <= “end date of sprint”))

Thanks Alexander,  i'll try this out, however still think it should be added to the Sprint Report.

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