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Hi, I am new to Jira and created a project and an issue but I cannot move my issue to the sprint.

I am new to Jira and created a project and an issue but I cannot move my issue to the sprint. I have watched many tutorials but just cannot move an issue to a sprint. Please help.


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Mayur Jadhav
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Oct 19, 2021

Hi @Aran Riar 

Welcome to the Atlassian Community!!!

If you want to move issue in the Sprint you need edit issue permission and schedule permission as you need them to move issue into a sprint.

Before pasting the link just wanted to know that you are using Jira Cloud or DC??

Here is the link for complete project permission in Jira DC:

Jira Cloud:





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Dharma Ramos
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Oct 19, 2021

Check the Users and Roles and also the Permissions Scheme. Does the role you are in give you permissions to Schedule and Edit issues in that project?

"In general, sprint actions require the Manage Sprints permission. However, there are some sprint actions (e.g. adding issues to sprints, removing issues from sprints) that require the Schedule Issues and Edit Issues permissions."

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