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I would like to automate the Baseline end date field when I input the original estimate data. In "original estimate" I would like to input the working days needed to complete the task. If Original estimate is not the correct field, please can you tell me which is the best one?
Hi @Chiara Bonello and welcome to the community!
You could go about it with automation like this:
Hi Mark thank you.
I tried to do it, but unfortunately when it comes to input Original Estimate I cannot find it (check the pic below). When i start typing, above the drill down menu there is the following writing: "SHOWING 50 OF 132". This means that I cannot see all the available fields.
Can you help me in solving this trouble?
I have to be honest... I haven't worked specifically with the Original Estimate field and had to do some research. It looks like it's intended for boards that are configured for time tracking and specific to Time Tracking reporting:
Time Tracking Report *
Shows time tracking information on issues for a particular version of a project.
The table in the report shows the issues within the version:
There are four time tracking fields as follows:
Original Estimate - The original estimate of the total amount of time it would take to complete this issue.
Estimated Time Remaining - The current estimate of the remaining amount of time it would take to complete this issue.
Time Spent - The amount of time spent on the issue. This is the aggregate amount of time that has been logged against this issue.
Accuracy- The accuracy of the original estimate compared to the current estimate for the issue. It is the difference between the sum of the Time Spent and Estimated Time Remaining fields, and the Original Estimate field.
Here's more info:
I recommend you use a different numeric field to capture this information. What I shared in my initial answer would still work the same, you'd just need to substitute Original Estimate for whatever field you end up using.