My issue source is multiple project boards. Only one of them was Kanban board, which I removed.
However, Story Points option is still disabled under Configure -> Scheduling -> Estimation.
While hovering, I am seeing "Story Points are unavailable when using Kanban teams."
What's wrong here? For heads-up
1. Some of the project boards don't have assigned Release, Sprints and hence story points.
Okay. One more finding..
So, one of the Projects had both Kanban and Scrum boards. Since, Kanban board was not in use, I deleted it.
Now, when I created a new plan with Scrum board of that project, I can see, Story Points Estimates enabled. However, it is still disabled on old plan.
Is it a bug or works like this?
The story points option is disabled when a team is set as a Kanban team, it isn't that the board you are using as a issue source happens to be a kanban board.
Go to the Teams section of the Plan and ensure all in scope teams are set up as Scrum (even if it is a team created by the Plan from a kanban board). Once you do this, the Story point option will be enabled.
If you hover over the disabled story point option it will tell you " Story points are unavailable when using kanban teams"
Thanks. However, if you read my both observations thoroughly, I have mentioned that
1. I've already deleted the Kanban board from the team.
2. After this, when I created new plan, it works fine (Story point enabled), but not in existing one.
FYI. Both new and old plans now have exactly same Scrum teams. So the question is, ow is it working for new plan and not for old?
I understand that this thread has been going on for a bit, but I want to be sure about something.
I have one Team associated with a specific Jira Roadmap under the Roadmap Teams tab, and it is listed as a Kanban team. I would like to see if using Progress (story points) will help us to see something similar to an overall burndown for the go-forward work of the entire project. So I would like to change the Team Type to Scrum on the Teams tab.
I want to be sure that if I change the team from Kanban to Scrum that the change *only* impacts the Roadmap and will not change anything in the team's regular, working Kanban boards for each sprint etc.
I think that is the way it works, but want to confirm before making the change.
Any insight into this will be appreciated.
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