Hi @Mattia Fracassini ,
You could use a Control Chart based on a filter of epics from your project. Here's how I would set it up:
This should show you how many epics were finished over the time period, you'll need to visually separate it by the end of the last sprint.
You could use that Epics filter to create a "Two dimensional" dashboard gadget where one axis is the Sprint and the other axis is the Epic Status. That will give you the status all of the epics, grouped by Sprint.
Please let me know if either of these work for you.
Scott has a really good answer, but I think you also want to remember that Epics are designed to span sprints as larger , and while you may complete an Epic during a sprint by completing the last bit of work, usually it's the stories being complete each sprint. Hence the Burndown report or the Sprint review will give you that information at a glance.
If you assign the stories to the epic, then you can rack how much work you did in the epic, and see how close you are to complete that feature or functionality.
It definitely a concept that has room for interpretation. I found this article that may help break it down.
As a SCRUM Master, one of your key tasks involves planning Sprints in your team and in order to do this, you must be able to create new Sprints and complete active ones. In order to fulfil these ta...
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