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Where can I find the issues/ tasks that were in a closed spring?

I want to view the closed sprints to review some issues and tasks. There's an option to find them with out using the sprint report?

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You can do an issue search (advanced view) with JQL:

  • sprint = "Name of Sprint"

for multiple sprints

  • sprint in ("name of sprint", "name of other sprint")
  • You can have any number of sprints in that list in the parentheses.  Just keep adding sprint names with commas in between.

If you have many projects in Jira, you might want to include the project name so you don't get issues from similarly-named sprints in other projects

  • project = "project name" and sprint = "sprint name"

 

Here's the JQL reference (scrolled to the sprint section): https://confluence.atlassian.com/jirasoftwarecloud/advanced-searching-fields-reference-764478339.html#Advancedsearching-fieldsreference-SprintSprint

 

jql example.jpgIf you need to get very very specific, you can add a condition and date range so you know the issues were transitions DURING that sprint (and didn't move to the next sprint and get closed there).

  • project = "YOUR PROJECT" and sprint = "YOUR SPRINT" and status = Done and status changed from "qa in progress" to "done" during ('2019/04/01', '2019/04/05')

Your project might be set up differently than mine, so where I use "Done" you should use the ending status you have set up.  Where I use "qa in progress" you would put the status that precedes your final status.  Obviously change the date range (start date, end date) to match the time span you want to check within for that transition.

If you have multiple status values that precede your final status, that query would look like this:

  • project = "YOUR PROJECT" and sprint = "YOUR SPRINT" and status = Done and status changed from ("qa in progress", "to do") to "done" during ('2019/04/01', '2019/04/05')

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