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Problem: Completed tasks end up in the new sprint.

Hello

 

I have a problem with the jira next gen board:

Everytime when I complete a Sprint within the Jira-App (Android) all completed Tasks end up in the new Sprint.

They are labled as e.g. "Sprint KW 20 +2"

Whats the problem? Is it a bug in the next-gen board?

 

THX

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When you say a task is complete, do you mean it is in the last column of the board?

I think this is the problem: The last column is the column for our "Blocked" Tasks.

It's a pity we are forced to place the "Done" column on the far right! I configured the "Done" column to set the resolution of a task to "Resolved". So why is it necessary to place it on the far right? :-(

My Bad: I didn't recognize the green check in the coloumn title...

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Thanks for the hint! :-)

Hello Martin,

If you do the same via the normal JIRA web page you get prompted about what to do with any tasks which are not complete - you can either move these to the backlog or into the next sprint.

The completed tasks do not end up in a new sprint.

Sounds like an issue with the Android app rather than next-gen board. Does it behave as expected if you use the JIRA web page?

I will try it on monday when the new sprint starts.

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Today I tried the website and the problem does not occur.

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Thanks Martin. This looks like a bug with the Android app, rather than being to do with the Next-gen board.

The same problem occurred on the website today :-/

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Do you have any suggestions? Or should I write an email to atlassian support?

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