Moving tickets from Dev SCRUM board to QA board

our team has a DEV board and a QA board. when we close a sprint in the DEV board, we want to push the issues into the QA board (tasks that are in the QA Release column)

We are using JIRA On-Demand version

v6.2-OD-03

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Maarten Cautreels Community Champion Nov 28, 2013

The way we currently doing it is the following:

We have a DEV Scrumboard with these columns:

Our QA board is actually a Kanban board because in our case QA is working for different teams and issues might be tested during the DEV sprint as well as after the DEV sprint. Once the story/bug/improvement reaches our "custom" status "To Be Tested" it is displayed on the QA board because the QA filter defines that.

Since the To Be Tested status is in the last column of our DEV sprint those issues are "removed" from the DEV scrumboard once we end the sprint.

So basically the filters behind your boards manage this in combination with the fact that the status which is linked to QA is in the last column of your Scrumboard.

thanks Maarten,

would you be able to share your Filter Query? or exmplain how your filter moves the tasks?

We do the same as Maarten. The filter is the same in both boards. The difference is that you map different statuses on each board.

Ex. you have statuses (Open, Progress, Closed, QA Progress, QA Closed)

In one board you map (i.e. assign status to column) like this:

Open, Progress, Closed (leaving the QA statuses unmapped)

The other board maps like this:

Closed, QA Progress, QA Closed (using Closed as the starting point on this board)

I hope this clears it up for you.

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