We use estimate based on time (hours) and monitor time remaining on each JIRA issue.
The Health Gadget documentation says that the "Work Complete %" does not take into account time remaining. So for our project how is the WC% calculated? Perhaps it is simply number of completed issues?
That sounds correct based on the following from the Using the Sprint Health Gadget knowledge base article:
This is calculated based on the estimation statistic used for your board. This is reflected by the green part of the progress bar. For example, if you have 50 story points in a sprint and you have 3 issues with 10 story points that have been resolved, the 'Work complete' will be 20% (i.e. 10 out of 50 story points).
Note, the Sprint Health gadget will not reflect the progress from work logged in the 'Remaining Estimate' and 'Time Spent' fields in JIRA, if you have your board configured to use that data (see Configuring Estimation and Tracking).
Hopefully that helps.
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