we've got a Rapid Board Issue in our Greenhopper. Can somebody tell me, why we don't see all Issues in the Plan Mode of the Rapidboard. Even I point the filter to the whole project and also the status ae mapped all to the columns "To do" or "in Progress". And behind the status there is a number in brackets. The number of the issues. But they are not show up in the Rapid Board, not all of them. Can someone help me?
Thank you in advance!
additional a pic with the brackets. Why are those issues not shown up in the Board?
I have not enabled any quick filters. But i read this in the documentation:
An issue will only be visible in Plan mode if:
the issue matches the board's Saved Filter (see Configuring Filters); and
the issue's status maps to one of the board's columns (but not the 'Done' column).
And there are 3 columns. And the relevant statuses map to the first two columns ("To do" and "in progress").
So I think it should be correct right?
You're not using the GreenHopper simplied workflow. That's why you can't drag and drop and create custom statuses.
Your JIRA admin needs to simplify the workflow for this project. There should be a button for this right above this column configuration.
After that, we should be able to get you the statuses you need in the desired column.
I was not able to resolve this yet. But I think the problem is not what you understood. Because I can easily drag and drop the the status (means from one column to another). There is no problem about it. What I actually don't understand is why I cannot see all the issues. In the config mode in brackets I see a number of issues matching this status. If I put this to the to-Do column and i go to the plan view, the number of issues is much more less or even no issues are displayed. How can i fix this? And what do i have to change to see that issues in the plan view? There is no quick filter configured or active.
Thanks for your support!
And behind the status there is a number in brackets. The number of the issues.
Actually, the answer to the original question is: This is NOT an indication of how many items are associated with "in progress". It is a Step ID numbers for a Jira Workflow so that if you do a custom workflow you can specify a transition from step 476 (open) to step 163 (In Progress). In previous versions of Jira, you had to actually know these numbers to create the transitions - later, they added a GUI to do it as experimental - then they were eliminated in favor of the "simplified workflow"
You can seee this in practice by going to administration | Issues, then picking workflows, then finding your project and looking at the "assigned Schemes" - for instance, you may see "classic default workflow" you can then click on the "view" under the operations column. in either Diagram or Text mode, you will see the "Step Name (id)" column - meaning the individual steps in your workflow and their associated step ID.
I think the Plan Mode only shows issues that would appear in the first column - the Backlog column - it will never show those in the "in progress" or "done" columns. -- also, they will only show in the work view if you have selected the appropriate sprint. In addition, while you are viewing the entire project backlog, that doesn't prevent someone else from having created their own board/sprint, selecting some issues and transitioned them to the in progress state - and once there, they won't show up for planning on any other board.
You should be able to go to the Issues view, enter a filter with the project name and appropriate status to get a list of those items. You can then pick one, then in the "agile" section, click the View on Board - it will then display the appropriate board if it is shared, or possibly give you a list of boards where the issue appears.
If you spend enough time as a Jira admin - whether you are managing a single, mid-sized instance, a large enterprise one or juggling multiple instances at once - you will eventually find yourself in ...
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