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In the Release Burndown chart how are the categories in the Light Green area determined?

In the attached picture, the data associated with the light green category shows 13 at start; 14 added to version; 24 complete; 3 remaining. I can account for the 14 added based on the * next to those added after the sprint started. I cannot associate the other counts to the remaining stories. I am wondering what the criteria is for each of these 4 categories.Rel_Burndown_LightGreen.jpg

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Hello @diane.z.brown wellsfargo.com ,

the colors are indicating these.

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This information is there only within the Release Burndown.

Thank you for your response. I understand the 4 colors and how they are used. But within a specific color, for example the Green (work completed) if you click on the number displayed, it will pop-up a breakdown of the number displayed. In the picture I attached in my original question, it showed counts for "At start of sprint"; "Added to version"; "Completed"; "Remaining". What I am needing is the criteria used to place a story in each of the 4 groupings.

Daniel Ebers Community Leader Jan 27, 2021

I believe the question is how the number are evaluated - or in other words, why there is specifically the counts appear in those categories, is this correct?
There has been a dicussion on that, which probably helps:
https://community.atlassian.com/t5/Jira-questions/What-is-the-JQL-used-to-drive-the-Release-Burndown-charts-in/qaq-p/1047286

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