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Is there a way to capture the Sprint Goal on a dashboard or through a special filter?

Within each sprint you have the opportunity to add a sprint goal.  I would like to display the goal on one of the dashboards that I have created for this project.  How can I do it? 

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Thank you, Brittany, and I actually checked for an available gadget somewhere.  Unfortunately, we don't have this one deployed, but I will see if it can be added.  Appreciate the help. 

I'm looking for the same feature, but I'm looking to automatically pull the sprint goal information into a confluence page.

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Same here, would like it pulled into a Confluence page.

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For me it would be great as well, to pull it into a confluence page together with several informations like runtime etc.. 

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I also have the same need, to show the Sprint Goal in a Confluence page.

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This seems to be the case for many basic items that could be in the dashboard.  :-(

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Hi @Matt Becker

We are currently developing the Confluence version of our app Ronin Dashboards for Jira, where we provide a Sprint Goals gadget.

Sprint_goals.png

You can see an example of dashboard here https://bit.ly/AgileTeam_dashboard and if you're interested in the Confluence version, ping me gorka at roninpixels dot com
Regards

Sounds great!  I created my own workaround to display the goal on our dashboard.  I created a query in the AIO Reports app that displayed the Sprint information.  Here's the report.  We are able to add any AIO Report to the Dashboard.  It's not as pretty as yours, but it's functional and that's better than nothing.

Sprint Goals.png

Hey @Matt Becker

If it fits your needs, then it's the best option!

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Hi @Mario M Villalobos,

If you are still looking for a way to display sprint goals on your dashboards you can check our plugin called Goal Focus. It allows you to create sprint goals and display them with "Sprint Goals" gadget on your dashboards along with progress and recent activities on those goals.

sprint_goals_dashborad_item_3.png

 

Best Regards

Arek

Hi Arkadiusz,

Is there any possibility to hide or remove the "Activities" section from GF Dashboard?

It would be a solution to my needs.

Thanks in advance.

Cheers

Hi @Gabriel Marcopulos 

Currently, it is not possible to hide Activities section, but feel free to contact me at arek@digitaltoucan.com and we will figure something out.

Regards

Arek

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Hey @Mario M Villalobos 

There is a free add-on you can try if you are on server (see link below image). Or if you have the gadget called Text (see image) you can edit this with plain text or HTML and put whatever information you want to see. Screen Shot 2018-02-14 at 7.34.30 PM.png

Jira Server Sprint Goals 

Is that add-on still available?  I see the introduction widget, but not this one.

I found it mentioned in the link below, but I can't find the "Plugins" section they mention.  Are plugins a thing of the past?

https://confluence.atlassian.com/display/GADGETS/All+Atlassian+Gadgets#AllAtlassianGadgets-JIRAText

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