Hello friends, we are looking to transition from Pivotal Tracker to Jira Software. I was the lucky one to give this responsibility so I wanted to reach out and see if I can get a step by step process to this transition. What is the thing I should keep in mind with workflow and permissions?
@Jay Pawar, that is a broad requestrian so unsure if you will get any takers or not. While I have migrated from other tools Pivotal is not one. While waiting for a response I would recommend entering Pivotal Tracker into the search here as there are a handful of discussions already.
In reality the Import ultimately will drive this project. At a very high-level here is what i have done and recommend:
hope this helps. i highly recommend reviewing all of the documentation Atlassian offers on getting started.
@Jack Done! and now I have another question and that is...
Is there a filter to organize the active sprint section in the backlog (not by ranking but by statuses) so we can eyeball which tickets are done vs. not? Status tags instead of Epic tags (ie: QA Testing, In Progress, etc.)
as an FYI it is always best to start a new thread for separate questions and often a search will find the answer but not always.
With that said, you can create a quick filter and use that to filter on statuses but not ordering. TBH, I never use the backlog to view the active sprint as I find it less useful than viewing on the active sprint board. You can also add the status on the card to display on backlog.
BTW,i think if the issue is done it disappears from the backlog but not sure.
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