Hi @Malik Alimoekhamedov -- Welcome to the Atlassian Community!
That appears to be an image of a velocity report from a team-managed project. Is that your project type?
Have you created any company-managed projects in your instance?
Would you please post images of:
Thanks, and best regards,
Thank you for getting back to me on this. Yes, this is a screenshot of a velocity report for one of my team-managed projects (WEBAPP) mixed, for some reason, with another team-managed project (LANDING). See screenshot below.
Interestingly enough, here's the screenshot of the LANDING team-managed project's velocity report:
As you can see, no mixins here.
If that helps anyhow, I did move one of the issues from LANDING to WEBAPP using the 'Move' option. All went well but then this weirdness started happening in WEBAPP.
Here are the screenshots you requested:
Thank you in advance for any help you might provide.
Thanks for that information! I read somewhere in this community forum there are plans to add multi-project boards for Team-Managed (next-gen) but that isn't released yet...I think.
Those projects have definitely intertwined. I saw an open defect about moving a Task to an Epic in another project causing data corruption. Does that seem related to what happened when you moved the issue? https://jira.atlassian.com/browse/JRACLOUD-76069
If so, there is a work-around noted in the defect.
No, it doesn't seem like it's related but what I did was moving the task that I moved LANDING->WEBAPP back to WEBAPP->LANDING and now my WEBAPP and LANDING velocity graphs look good.
There was clearly some weirdness going on under the hood but your comment gave me a hint, for sure.
Thanks, @Bill Sheboy !
If you weren't on a free license, I'd suggest submitting a defect for this one. As an alternative, I suggest adding a comment to that defect with your additional step/symptoms. That may help the development team when fixing the problem. Clearly...moving issues for team-managed projects is creating some side-effects.
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