We just upgraded to the new JIRA Agile from Greenhopper. However, now the SCRUM Board I'm trying to create looks nothing like the older versions of Greenhopper/Agile view. I would like to be able to create Sprints in the Classic Planning Board view and I cannot figure out how to do that. I do NOT want to go back to creating a Version instead of a Sprint, I liked the way it worked with Greenhopper on JIRA 5.2.11 much better. Is there a way to get back to the view where I can simply create a Sprint. Is it that I don't have the right permissions?
I figured it out. I couldn't figure out how to create a Scrum board and was looking at a Version board instead. The JIRA Agile documentation does not outline where you go to create a Scrum board but we figured it out. In the drop down on the Agile Navigation you go to Manage Boards. From there you can create Scrum Board and now I can create sprints etc. The screenshots and steps in the JIRA Agile documentation are not outlining the exact way to do it in our version I guess. ANyway, thanks for trying to help Dora!
Are you using the Classic mode or the Rapid Boards? You mention both the Classic Planning Board and a Scrum Board, so I'm not sure what exactly you're attempting to do...
A Scrum Board (in Rapid Boards) has three modes: Plan, Work and Report. You can create Sprints and add Issues to them in the Plan mode. In the Classic Boards, as far as I remember, you'd still need to use Versions (I wouldn't recommend using the Classic views though, they'll be decomissioned soon).
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