I have created a Scrum Board and added some issues, now I want to create a sprint. I am not able to do that because the Create Sprint button on the plan page is inactive. What might be missing for it to become available?
What I changed from the default:
- I restricted the issue types on the projects.
- I use an extended workflow which I created when playing with the demo project.
- I added an extra column to the board which takes the extra status from the workflow.
Thanks for any hint what might be wrong here.
It's working now.
In this case the solution was that I had changed the filter for the board. The order was DESC but must be ASC for the ranking to work. There was a note on the filter page which I had overlooked.
Solved by Atlassian support.
Oh, you can change the filter for the board, no problem. The only requirement seems to be to leave the "ORDER BY rank ASC" in place. Here is my current filter which includes multiple projects, too (edited).
project in (PROJ1, PROJ2, PROJ3) AND (type = Epic OR status in (Open, "In Progress", Reopened, Resolved, Closed)) ORDER BY Rank ASC
(We have more than the standard statuses, that's the reason for the status filter).
I have the admin privileges and am not able to figure out why the Create Sprint button is disabled. Here's my filter query
project in (PROJ1, PROJ2) AND labels = label1 AND status in (Open, "In Progress", Reopened, ASSIGNED, "Need More Information", Backlog, Sprint) ORDER BY rank ASC
and I tried with removing ORDER BY clause altogether. What am I missing?
I am on JIRA 7.3.8 i had the same issue, which is solved
1. your user must have permission in "manage sprint"
2. your board filter query should not be complex
I had below was not working
labels = test1 OR issue in subtaskIssuesFromQuery("labels = test1") AND project in (PROJ1, PROJ2,...) ORDER BY Rang ASC
i updated as below then working
(labels = test1 OR issue in subtaskIssuesFromQuery("labels = test1")) AND project in (PROJ1, PROJ2,...) ORDER BY Rang ASC
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