export backlog into excel

 

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Execute a JQL query like this to return the issues in the project that has no sprint specified yet:

project = MYSUPERPROJECT AND Sprint IS EMPTY

...and then export this to a custom Excel spreadsheet using the Better Excel Plugin.

You can use Shift + Left click on the first issue followed by Left click on the last issue in the backlog-screen and than right click to export to Excel or other possibillities. See GreenHopper 6.2.2 release notes for more info.

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