Sheol is the grave. The Greek word “hades” from which our word “hell” is derived, is the word translated from the Hebrew, sheol. So the question should be “Did Yeshua go to sheol?” or “Did Yeshua go to the grave?” Yes. He tasted death for all people. Thus all were dead, and God loves all people. He went to the grave, but death could not hold Him. For no one can take His life, for He laid down His own life according to the eternal purpose of God in the Mashiach.
It is true, nothing more and nothing less, the Yeshua tasted death for all people and then God raised Him from the dead the third day. But He was not in the grave as those who die without the Mashiach. For it is written, “For Thou will not leave My soul in sheol, neither will you suffer Thine holy One to see corruption. Thou wilt show Me the truth of life. In Thy presence is fulness of joy. At thy right hand there are pleasures forever more.” Men and brethren, let me speak freely to you of the patriarch David, who wrote the prophecy, that he is both dead and buried, and his sepulchre is with us unto this day. Therefore being a prophet and knowing that God had sworn with an oath to him, that of the fruit of his loins, according to the flesh, He would raise up the Mashiach to sit on his throne. He seeing this before spake of the Mashiach, that his soul was not left in sheol, neither His flesh did see corruption. This Yeshua has God raised up, whereof we all are witnesses.
Did Yeshua go to sheol? The answer is He tasted death for all people.