In GreenHopper6.x, what field is used to group issues in the Scrum"Plan" board?

In the old "Planning boards" (Now it's "Cassic Planning board"), the issues are grouped into each sprint and the field used to group this is "Fix version/s" field.

Now, when I try the "Plan" board in Scrum board, I found that the information of the sprint appears in "Active Sprint" field in the issue detail page. However I cannot find this field to do a filter in Issue navigator.

Does anyone know what field is being used to keep the Scrum "Plan" board sprint information of the issues?

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Sure, this is the 'Sprint' field in the issue. Its value is the Sprint ID.


Wow, thank you very much for your prompt response.

I now can find the field to query with. Thanks a lot for your help :)

No, there's no way to specify the sprint by name, we would like to look at implementing that in the future.


Hi Shaun,

One quick question, I have tried to create a query with "Sprint" field but the values available to choose are only "closedSprints()" and "OpenSprints()".

Is it possible to query by the sprint name eg"Sprint 1"?

Thank you very much for your help.



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