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The documentation about capacity planning is referring to Scrum projects, but it doesn't mention that it is not possible for Kanban projects. I have a plan for three Kanban boards (issue source set to Board). Is it possible to do capacity planning for Kanban projects and if so, how, do you know about any guideline/example/video on how to use it for this scenario?
When look in to capacity information in the timeline, it assumes the Kanban iteration is considered for a week of work (starting on Sundays). I was not able to find a way to configure a different iteration length. How we can customize Kanban iteration within the plan? Is it possible to define an iteration of two weeks?
Under a week iteration by default it considers as capacity 6 days instead of 5 working days. I was not able to change that on the global setting, I can change one by one, but this is not feasible for large project/program, where we have a high number of weeks and teams to do it one by one. Is there a way to have a global setting where to change that?
I realized that it provides capacity only when Estimates (d) field is populated at epic/story level. In such cases the way the information is populated is via Original Estimate field as story level. I verified that. So for Kanban project we need to use this field for estimation instead of points, because under Advanced Roadmaps for Kanban points are not take into consideration.
When I defined my teams I defined the weekly capacity in hours, but it doesn't take that into consideration, because the capacity is always the number of days, but we have more than on team member per team. How we can interpret such capacity information? Is it possible that this information by default gets populated from Team Capacity?
Please take into consideration that all the highlighted questions are related to planning with Kanban boards not Scrum. Thanks for any help!
Let's try to responde to myself to some of the questions based on what I have researched around this topic: