JQL - Explanation of what closedSprints() does

Hello Community,

Can anyone provide me with a detailed explanation of what exacctly "closedSprints()" should return when used in JQL as sprints in closedSprints()?

Thank you!

-Roberto

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Hi Roberto,

Have you seen Advanced Searching Functions:

Search for issues that are assigned to a completed Sprint. (Note that it is possible for an issue to belong to both a completed Sprint(s) and an incomplete Sprint(s).)

Syntax

closedSprints()
Supported Fields
Examples
  • Find all issues that are assigned to a completed Sprint.

    sprint in closedSprints()

This is in contrast to openSprints() which finds issues in sprints that have not yet been completed.

Are you trying to construct a query and getting results that you're not expecting?  If so please provide the query.

Cheers,

Branden

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