to find issues from a specific sprint, you have to add one of the following to your JQL query:
sprint = ID
sprint in (1,3,4)More details are described over here: https://confluence.atlassian.com/display/JIRA/Advanced+Searching#AdvancedSearching-Sprint
You can always find issues in the current sprint by using the dynamic value "sprint in openSprints() " or find previous sprints with "sprint in closedSprints()" Use a "project in (....)" based on the filter used for your scrum board to get the perfect match. (I suggest just modifying the filter used for the scrum baord, adding the "sprint in openSprints()" and saving as a new filter.
sprint in openSprints()
To find issues in a particular sprint that is not active, just view the sprint report and follow the link "view <SPRINT FOO> in Issue Navigator"
What Eddie says is partially right and very relevant, given the recommendation to use the openSprints() function in the answer. There is an existing bug https://jira.atlassian.com/browse/GHS-7659 related to the openSprints function throwing an error for non-admin users.
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