How to query all sprints for particular team?

Hello,

I would like to query all sprints for particular team. Then I would need to gather information (number of issues: original, added, removed) about every sprint found in the query.

Could you please advise how this can be done?

Best regards, Georgiy

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Timothy Chin Community Champion Aug 14, 2013

What is a "team"?

Team is some custom field.

My intention is to get sprint specific information: aded/removed issues (and their amount of stories)

Team is some custom field.

My intention is to get sprint specific information: aded/removed issues (and their amount of stories)

Use JQL to gather the information?

team = ... AND sprint is not EMPTY

team = ... AND sprint is not EMPTY AND issuetype = "Story"

I can't really say that I completely understood your question.

Thank you for your answer.

What I would like to get is to have information such as:

how many issues were in the begining and in the end of the sprint, i.e. how many issues (stories) have been added

Do you know whether it's possible to query such information?

I would take a look at the sprint report. At the beginning of each section (not completed, added...) you have a "view in issue navigator link". I would then export the data and analyze it in Excel...

Thanks for idea. In this case I would get information about completed, not completed, and removed issues.

Do you know how to get information about issues added to sprint after start time (marked with *)?

Thanks for idea. In this case I would get information about completed, not completed, and removed issues.

Do you know how to get information about issues added to sprint after start time (marked with *)?

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