Why JIRA doesn't display the Remaining estimate value in the filter search result? Even i added the column name to display 'Remaining estimate', it doesn't display in list view.
Is it limitation of JIRA? I am finding JIRA is having lots of constraints and finding it hard to use it any more.... lots of lots of limitations without any proper reporting tool.
How do i check if i wanted to know the total remaining hours in a project? irrespective of a sprint or kanban, there should be a reporting tool which tells you how much time is remaining in a project. But JIRA is limited with such a very very very basic functionality. Not sure how it became so popular...Should we purchase another highly paid extension or plug in for such a simple report?
If a Remaining estimate value is provided for an Issue, in the Issue Navigator List View, the Remaining Estimate or (SUM symbol) Remaining Estimate columns should show the value for each issue. I just tested this on mine and definitely can see them. If I wanted to save this search and column layout to a Filter I can easily and recall it too and see the same results with the R.E. value shown.
Could you provide a screenshot?
My JIRA filter list is that of the parent tickets. The sub-tasks sum up to the parent ticket just fine. But the parent ticket shown in a Confluence based JIRA filter fails to populate the sum Remaining Estimate column that was added from Display Options. The sum Original Estimate column, though, works just fine.
In short, Original Estimate sum works fine, but Remaining Estimate sum shows blank. Hmmm.
I have multiple projects that use variations of the same base workflow. The variations depend on the requirements of the project or issue type. The variations mostly come in the form of new statuses ...
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