Since a few sprints, the "Sprint Report" accumulates stories that does not belong to the current sprint, planned for future iterations.
We have tried to determine why those stories were added to the sprint report without success.
The problem is that sprint after sprint, more and more stories are added to the current sprint report in the "Issues not completed" section, making the report totally wrong.
The burndown graphe report shows the right information ; only the sprint report goes crazy.
We have noticed also that searching issues in the open sprint with JQL works fine too.
How could we fix this report ?
Thank you for your support.
We are seeing the same issue in our Sprint Reports - stories and tasks are displaying under "Issues Not Completed" even though they were not brought into the Sprint on the start date or during the sprint time range.
We hope Atlassian addresses this as well. Do you know if a Support ticket has been opened yet?
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I am experiencing the same problem. It looks like any item that has ever been returned to the backlog after being part of an earlier sprint is permanently parked in "Items Not Completed" - additionally, I think that these items are actually contributing to the burndown estimates!
I'm starting to wonder if I can get any value out of our burndown reports. We are adopting Agile newly, we just had our best velocity sprint yet, and the burndown chart makes it look like we only did 1/3rd of our intended tasks. Hopefully someone from Atlassian addresses this.
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