The business owner asked me to take a stab at prioritizing the backlog and upcoming sprints which I did using the new GreenHopper rapid board. Now, I would like to export it, maintaining the order I prioritized, and send it to him as an excel for review. I am primarily interested in exporting the stories, story points, and JIRA #. Could someone tell me how this is done?
I was very interested in this as well. Apparently you can do it through the issue navigator using an advanced search and JQL. Here's my query for my open projects. You should be able to include epics in the query.
Click Issues tab at top > Search for issues then there is a link on the left window to Switch to advanced searchin
From there you will get a free form text field where you can enter the JQL statement to search for what you are looking for. Mine is below:
project = "projectname " and status not in (Closed, Resolved) and type=Story
Here's where some info is on JQL searching:
You can then configure the columns that Jira shows with what is needed for information or just export all available info into excel.
Hope this helps.
Thank you - this definitely generates a list of all my issues in my current project which is helpful. However, what I am really looking for (and should have specified earlier) is to maintain the order in which I dragged and dropped my backlog items. There doesn't seem to be a data point for drag and drop ordering within the planning board. Ideally the query would read something like "Project = project name and type = story Ordered by = PLANNING BOARD" (Planning board being the the key here...)
This works for me for backlog and upcoming sprints:
project = <projectname> and (sprint = empty or sprint in openSprints()) and issuetype in (list of issuetypes except subtypes and EPIC) and resolution is EMPTY ORDER BY Rank ASC
Then export it to excel...
Unless Excel is a must-have, the PDF View Plugin can export your sprints and backlog to PDF documents (which can even be a simple table).
The nicety in this is that:
You can create Excel reports from the backlog view (i.e from any sprint or the project backlog) and from the board using the Better Excel Plugin. In all cases, the manual ranking of the issues is also preserved in the Excel file.
Or the video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DRfGmCDgazQ
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