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Adding cards to sprints


In other management software when a sprint was created, say Sprint1234, I was able to tag relevant issues that I'd want in the sprint by selecting "Sprint1234" from the card's label dropdown. How do I do this in trello? This would allow me to differentiate between Sprint1234 and Hotfix123 that are being concurrently worked on. It would also make it more clear which issues were completed in which sprint.


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Hannah Morgan Community Leader Jan 23, 2022

Hey @Seva Samuel Safyan ! Are you using Jira and Trello together? So the Trello cards relate to Jira issues, or you're just using Trello? Trello is based more around kanban methods, so it doesn't really have any scrum capabilities like sprints. However, I have definitely seen people use sprints in Trello! You could use lists for each sprint, or use a custom dropdown field. 

If using lists, it would look like this:

sprint lists.PNG

If using custom fields, it would look like this:

sprint CF.PNG

If you're using Jira as well, and need to sync the sprint value from Jira to Trello, and vice-versa, you can achieve this as well - happy to provide more details if you need that!

Thank you @Hannah Morgan  We are not using Jira, but your suggestions are enough to get things started 

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