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JQL: "added to current sprint" and "removed from current sprint"

To keep track of what tasks are added or removed from an active sprint I would like to create some filters that can display issues "added to current sprint" and also "removed from current sprint". Is this possible to do with JQL?

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No, this is currently not possible. Here you have to write your own plugin.

with the version 3.0 of scriptrunner, you now have a JQL query called addedAfterSprintStart(), with 2 parameters, the board name (mandatory), and the sprint name (optional).

your JQL query is issueFunction in addedAfterSprintStart("BOARDNAME", "SPRINTNAME")

you can have a look here https://jamieechlin.atlassian.net/wiki/display/GRV/Scripted+JQL+Functions

unfortunately, i haven't found yet the same for "removedaftersprintstart().

 

@Cecile Chateau - looks like ScriptRunner comes through again!  Not sure when it was added, but they do have the below now! 

issueFunction in removedAfterSprintStart('board name', 'sprint name')

Somewhat of a workaround is to write your JQL as:  project = "WhateverProjectYouWant" AND resolution = Unresolved AND Sprint in closedSprints()

The assumption is that you would only be removing unresolved issues from a Sprint.

To narrow it down to a specific sprint, you could just replace the "Sprint in closedSprints()" clause with a Sprint = YourSprint.

Since the Sprint Report has a section titled "Issues Removed from Sprint" it must be possible to write such a query, but it is either not possible through JQL, or Atlassian has chosen not to make it known.

This won't work if you remove the sprint entry completely or if you move the issue to a future sprint (not yet closed).

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