SCRUM: Story dissapears in the backlog, as soon as closed but not attached to a spring

Hi,

I have a few stories which i can see on the planning board and on the rapid board which is orientated on kanban. The story is closed and fixed.

We changed now to the scrum rapid board and some of these stories are gone. I checked the settings of the 2 rapid boards and there is only one difference: there is a Work Sub_filter set. Has it something to do with that? I also just created a story in the new board and fixed it and it dissapeared in the backlog right away.

How can I add this story to the current sprint, so that its also tracked in the sprints?

Cheers,

Katja

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Should be the filter. I am guessing the filter shows only unresolved issues.

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