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As stories are completed, we move work into the 'Done' column.
When a new sprint begins, any work previously completed is being carried over into the new sprint (and remains marked as 'Done').
How could I avoid things under DONE column showing up on the next sprint ?
Here is another idea.
‘’when I look again at your columns I see a done status with a cation icon. This could be due to your workflow doesn’t have a done status. People sometimes confuse status and resolution.
if you have a copy of the workflow it may help.
I am having the same issue. Resolved tickets are being carried over into our next sprint. We have a custom status of 'In production', which is mapped to Done status and I have an automation that when a ticket's status is set to 'in production', it automatically sets to resolve. Before I complete a sprint, I create a 'fallout sprint' so we can review the tickets that were unresolved. The are no resolved tickets visible at this point. Once we have confirmed we will carry all the work over, I move the unresolved tickets into the next sprint and delete the fallout sprint. Before I start the sprint, there are no resolved tickets in the sprint, however - after I start the sprint, the resolved tickets from the previous sprint are visible and counted towards DONE (but oddly, the burndown on Insights is unaffected). My workaround is:
- Creating a new sprint
- Completing the sprint I had started
- Unresolved tickets move to the new sprint
- Deleting the sprint I started previously
- Starting new sprint
Miraculously resolved work not in sprint.
Any ideas of what I am doing wrong? I can only think there is an issue with the automation task
There's nothing wrong with your automation.
Jira is very simple about carrying over issue into the next sprint - you don't need to look at anything other than the last column on the board.
The last column is what Jira sees as "done". If your team has failed to complete what it said it would do in the sprint (remember that the whole point of using sprints is to measure success - things going into the next sprint tells you that your team is failing and always needs to be explained and fixed) then the unfinished items will not be in the last column on the board.
This applies to sub-tasks as well - to be "done" (and hence not carried over to the next sprint), an issue and all of its sub-tasks have to be in the last column on the board.
You have not told us how you are defining "done".
Also, your process is broken - you should not be creating and deleting a "fallout" sprint, and you should be looking at the current sprint to see where your team has failed to complete what they said they would do in it.
They need to be in the far right column AND have the resolution field set
You can set the resolution in the post function or on a resolve screen, your choice.
also it could be the last step of your workflow is really completed, not the done status.