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How to create a Birdseye Kanban Board that includes Stories from a Scrum Board

Dear all,

I'm currently working with two different teams and until today have different Setups

  • Scrum Board for my Scrum Team
  • Kanban Board for another team that is dealing with more AdHoc tasks

Added to that, I'm getting 2 resources from other teams that are working semi-autonomously within my team on specific issues.


Is there a way to create a Kanban Board that will include all Stories from Active Sprint of Scrum team only?

I seem not to find a filter option for Active Sprints. I can start to include the Sprint Value, but would have to change the filter regularly, which is not really user friendly.

Appreciate your input on whether this is possible.



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Hi @Andres E.Diaz  -- Welcome to the Atlassian Community!

You could create a filter for a Kanban board to show the open, current sprint work:

project = myProject AND sprint IN openSprints() AND sprint NOT IN futureSprints() ORDER BY Rank

However, what problem are you solving by doing this?  Doesn't the scrum team already have a board to do this?

Best regards,


Thank you so much! @Bill Sheboy  and @G subramanyam ,

I'm not system admin so I won't be able to add the plugin. 

First the problem I was trying to solve

- Have one Board (Mother of all boards :-) ) where I am able to see what both my teams are doing plus the two extra resources that are sometimes helping

- Use separate quickfilters to display each of the four development streams

- Aligning the view from a Kanban Board and a Scrum Board without the need to disrupt my sprints or metrics with all the Kanban related work that is more adhoc and less planned


It worked! @Bill Sheboy  I had to tweak the solution with a few ANDs here and ORs there, but the board is looking great.

Thanks for guiding me here.



Awesome!  I am glad to hear that worked for you, Andres.

Please note well: When using a "Mother of all boards" remember to use it as read-only, for visibility purposes.  Specificially, avoid moving things on that board; instead allow the source teams move issues on their own board.  Often summary/overview boards like this summarize by combining status values in reduce board columns, so moving issues can lead to errors.

Best regards,


Like G subramanyam likes this

@Andres E.Diaz What were your "ANDS" and "ORS?"  I'm trying to accomplish the same thing, but when I create the filter like Bill suggested above I lose my Kanban issues.  Let me know, thanks!

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G subramanyam Community Leader Apr 29, 2021

Hi @Andres E.Diaz welcome to Atlassian community.

I have found this market place plugin that suits your requirements.

And here is their documentation you may check before proceeding with a free trial.

Stay safe and stay healthy.

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