Swimlane issue number counts done

Is there any way you can configure swimlane to show the number of issues in the inprogress/open and not in the closed/resolved section. That way by simply looking at a collapsed kanaban I am able to directly tell which swimlanes are still clogged

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Timothy Chin Community Champion Jan 26, 2014

Sounds like a good feature that does not exist yet. You can raise an issue here (https://jira.atlassian.com/issues/?jql=project%20%3D%20GHS).

Thank you timothy I was not aware of that procedure :)

Hi Mackram,

have you opened an issue on that idea?! We want that also :) as it seems quite helpful to see the number of issues per status in each swimlane!!

Your immediate solution would be to create suffienct swimlates for your workflow. By having a "Ready for Development, In Development, Ready for QA, In QA, Blocked, Done group of swimlanes you can easily see where your constraints are.

Hi Davin,

can you describe that more detailled?

We have Stories as swimlanes. And we have seven different status columns. The number of issues in the swimlanes per column is not shown in the Agile Board!!! But that is what we need to have a fast overview about the workload and ... exactly the status.

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