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how can I assign sprints to a fix version?
I don't want assign issues to release directly . in fact I wanna assign issues to sprints then assign sprints to a fix version.
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That's not what versions or sprints are for. There's no way to associate a sprint with a version directly, versions are markers for issues.
If you want to equate them directly (give a sprint a version), then there's a really simple option - stop using versions, you don't need them because the sprint is the version.
I'm trying to resolve this now where I'm not sure how to name fix versions as we move to mutliple releases in a sprint - your comment makes sense. However I need to solve stakeholder management about what version/release/when a feature (epic) will be done. The current dashboard shows planned targets per monthly releases (fix versions)
Any suggestions on what to use in the case of multiple releases in a sprint which may not equate to a feature/epic being complete in the sprint ?
I think the best option is to automate something - two things I'd do:
I don't think you can do either of those with automation unfortunately, I think you'll need a scripting app for it (I'm obliged to yell "Scriptrunner" at this point because I work for Adaptavist)
Hi @hdlk forex
I see this would make sense to do in some setups. But sprint and version are usually different ideas. A sprint is an iteration of work. A version/release usually has some external meaning.
Unfortunately Fix Version is an issue field so has to be applied to each issue individually.
You could however try bulk applying the fix version once you have added all planned issues to a sprint.
You can use JQL to get a list of all issues in a sprint
project = BLAH AND sprint = "Sprint V1"
You can then use the bulk change option to add a fix version to all issues.
You may need to specify the project as Fix version has project scope and all selected issues must belong to the same project to be able to bulk update it.