We have a backlog of issues in a Jira project that we are working on closing. We have decided to do it in sprints, using DIY Kanban method for a whole team of developers and testers.
How can I create a board - planning, task or rapid - using existing Jira issues?
I have tried adding a filter that I already use for these sprints into a board. The issues from the filter do not "magically" on the "To Do" column.
I have searched the documentation and have not found any guidance to follow.
P.S. I am a Jira / GreenHopper newbie. I would appreciate any specific procedures you can share.
I'd recommend you use a Rapid Board, just create a rapid board and use the filter that you've already created (or you could just point the Rapid Board at a project). Check that you have the statuses for your issues correctly mapped to columns of your Rapid Board in the configuration, if the issues are in a status that is not in one of the columns they will not appear.
Thank you. After creating the Rapid Board, it took a bit of time to customize the list of issues by editing the filter. I am in a bit of a lost as to how to use the Rank field and what it is vs. the Global Rank field, an exercise for this student for another time.
Now if I could only drag and drop ...
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