Project filter missing from Sprint View (company managed projects)

Jacob Guardado April 10, 2024

2024-04-09 10_10_43-FSC3 board - Agile board - Jira.png2024-04-09 10_07_54-LSE board - Agile board - Jira.pngHi everyone,

 

Currently dealing with a filter visibility issue for 2 company-managed projects. In one project, I have a few more filters available like Sprint and Label. They are both company-managed SCRUM boards and both sprints I'm trying to view share the same start and end date. 

Originally, thought this was a "parallel sprints" issue, which I toggled on as a attempted remedy, however still seems to be causing the issue. 

I simply want to be able to view all projects with sprints from the "FSC3 board" but can only view from the "LSE board"

(Other details: I am full Jira admin)

TIA!

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Trudy Claspill
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April 10, 2024

Hello @Jacob Guardado 

Welcome to the Atlassian community.

You will need to create a new board with a filter that encompasses the filters you are using currently in the two separate boards.

A Board will display any sprint that contains an issue that is within the scope of the board's filter

If the Board for project A uses a filter like:

project=A order by Rank asc

And if the Board for project B uses a filter like:

project=B order by Rank asc

Then you need to create a board that uses a filter like:

project in (A, B) order by Rank asc

That third board would display all sprints that contain an issue from either project A or project B.

If each boards' filter is for all issue in its given project then you can create the third board by:

1. Navigating to the View All Boards page

2. Click Create Board button

3. Select Scrum Board

4. Select Create from Existing Project

5. Select projects A and B.

6. Complete the board creation process.

 

If the filters for your individual boards are more complex, then you may need to create and save a new filter that encompasses the criteria of both those filters, and then create your new board using the From an Existing Saved Filter option

Jacob Guardado April 11, 2024

Trudy, exactly what I was looking for, thank you!

Now that can view all Sprints, I guess the only thing I'd like still be able to do is quick filter by project. Any ideas about how to achieve that?

Trudy Claspill
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April 11, 2024

You will have to create Quick Filters manually for that.

https://support.atlassian.com/jira-software-cloud/docs/configure-quick-filters/

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YY哥
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April 10, 2024

Hi @Jacob Guardado 

Welcome to our Community.

As far as I know, more than 1 active sprints scenario will provide a sprint dropdown list for users to switch.

If we can't see this dropdown list, it means there's only 1 active sprint. So please take a look.

I'm not sure whether it can help you.

Thanks,

YY哥

Jacob Guardado April 10, 2024

Thanks for the reply, YY

Looking at this more, I realize now that I simply have 2 sprints for the LSE project board, and only 1 sprint for the FSCS board, which explains why I don't have the Sprints filter for the FSCS board.

What I'd still like to accomplish is viewing all sprints from project A and project B in a single Active Sprints section. Do you know if this is possible and how it can be achieved?

 

Thank you! 

YY哥
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April 10, 2024

feasible & please see Trudy's reply 

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Jacob Guardado April 11, 2024

Thanks for your help, YY

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