This question is in reference to Atlassian Documentation: Configuring Quick Filters
I would llike to establish 2 quick filters in a Kanban board:
1) Check which are the tasks in the current sprint under certain status.
I have differenciated sprtins by using different labels (like Sprint_v18, Sprint_v19,...).
The current query I have is: status in ("Backlog","Under Analysis","In progress","Done") and labels in ("Sprint_v18", "Sprint_v19","Sprint_v20")
BUT, instead of inserting each label manually, would like to know if its possible to filter starting automatically at a certain label name like "... and labels in (Sprint_vXX)"
2) Following the first filter, would like to set another one to show only future sprints.
So the idea would like to establish a query like ""... and labels in (Sprint_vXX > Y)"
Is it possible?
The first one, no, I'm afraid you can't use wildcards in sprint names.
On the second though, try the function openSprints() - see https://confluence.atlassian.com/jirasoftwarecloud/advanced-searching-functions-reference-764478342.html#Advancedsearching-functionsreference-openSprintsopenSprints()
I'm afraid that it's not possible to use function openSprints() as tasks aren't strictly related to a sprint (we use Kanban not Scrum). The only way we are differenciating sprints now is by using different labels, not by setting a Start/End date sprint.
Any other ideas?
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