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Cross project burndown jira for fixed period

Good Evening,

I am looking for a burndown report  for multiple projects or any other good way for velocity & capacity measurement..

we have a team that gets stories from multiple projects.

 

I've tried using advanced roadmaps team and Jira projects for that use case.

Is it possible in Jira SW DC?

 

Thanks:)

 

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Burndown and velocity are artefacts of Scrum sprint methodologies, which, in Jira, are done by boards, not projects

But the single most common start point for it is 1 project, 1 board - so a board selects simply "project = XYZ".  It's even one of the defaults for creating new boards.

Anyway, all you need to do is define a board that selects issue from several projects.  The easiest thing to do is something like:

1.  Define a new saved filter, something like project in (ABC, GHJ, XYZ)

2.  Go to create a new Scrum board, and choose "create from saved filter"

3.  You'll almost certainly want to re-map some of the board columns and do a few sprints (if your filter doesn't pick up older ones from the projects), but once you've got the right status into the last column, you'll be able to get cross-project burndowns and velocity reports from it.

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