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where can I see closed sprints?

One sprint was closed, where can I see it?

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Trudy Claspill Community Leader Apr 15, 2021

Hello @Marcus Möhrmann 

Welcome to the community.

You can see past/closed sprints in the Sprint Report and in the Velocity chart.

where is the Sprint Report ?

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Trudy Claspill Community Leader Apr 15, 2021

When you are viewing your scrum board there is a navigation pane on the left. In that pane is the item "Reports". Click on that and you will get a list of reports.

as I said, no "Reports" by default, but should be ...

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the velocity Report is completely empty, not very helpfulScreenshot 2021-04-15 192731.jpg

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Trudy Claspill Community Leader Apr 15, 2021

It looks like you are using a Team Managed (a.k.a. next gen) project.

Do you have previous experience with the Scrum methodology? Do you already understand the purpose of the related Scrum reports?

For information specific to JIRA Cloud Team Managed projects, you may want to review the information available here:

https://support.atlassian.com/jira-software-cloud/docs/enable-agile-features-in-team-managed-projects/

There are sections that describe the different reports that are available.

I have no Experience, we are just clicking aound to find a good product for our coming scrum.

We have made a test Sprint, added some tasks, clicking aound, made a second Sprint, close the first ...

Now we want to *simply* see the closed Sprint which is not that easy as we thought before.

Thanks for now, I will speak with my collegues ...

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Trudy Claspill Community Leader Apr 15, 2021

Here is an article from Atlassian about the Scrum methodology that might be useful.

https://www.atlassian.com/agile/scrum

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Trudy all he is saying is that he cannot see the closed sprint which is the same issue I am having and I truly dont understand why this is so hard because the velocity report is also blank for me... 

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I'm not sure why my reports do not show anything, but you can find the closed and open sprints in the Burnup Report and Sprint Burndown Reports. Choose the Sprint drop down and it should be at the bottom.

Hope this helps. 

Screenshot 2022-07-21 153234.png

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Hi All,

I was able to see all the issues by enabling "Issue navigator" feature for the project. Project Settings>Features.

Now I can all issues from every sprint.

Mysterious, what's the idea behind hiding this by default.

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Makes no sense at all

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I agree this is harder than it should be.  I solved the problem by going to "Filters" -> "Advanced Issue Search" and entering the JQL query:

Spring = 3

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