How does Velocity report defines what sprint to show?

Is it looks into issue history? Situation: I have 2 issues that previously was in sprint on another board (board A). And Velocity report shows this sprint on current board (board B) despite on fact that I removed sprintA from issue field (I cleared Sprint field in a bulk operation). 

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Dear Elena,

Velocity simply looks at which Issue is in what sprint. It does however calculate scope changes. It will always calculate your original commitment and what you deliver.

When a team removes a story from a sprint, it will still show the original commitment on the velocity chart. That is the point of the velocity chart. The velocity of a team is a measure of how much work that the team can handle within a specific time period, i.e. how much of the product backlog can be completed by the team in a sprint.

Friendly Regards,

Jeremy Mooiman

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