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Is there any way to find tickets that were a part of more than one sprint?

I want to see tickets that were a part of multiple sprints, regardless of the current status of tickets and sprints.

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Hello Sarah,

Unfortunately, it is not possible to filter issues based on the number of Sprints using JQL in JIRA.

The best option I can recommend you to get this information would be to exporting the issues to a CSV file and using a spreadsheet software (Excel, Libre-Office, etc) to filter the Sprint column and return all issues with more than a single Sprint (They are separated by comma).

Let me know if this would be an option for you.

this can be a workaround, but not a proper solution.

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