I am using JIRA Agile Simplified Workflow with 4 columns / status:
To do - In progress - To check - Done
The "To check" columns is used so that someone else has to quickly check the work before moving it to "Done". Of course, Done is the column with the 'set resolution' box.
I would like that the burndown chart reflects better the fact that when an issue is in the "To check" column, 80% of the issue is done. So if the issue is worth 10 story points, I would like to see it as 2 story points remaining once it hit the "To check" column
Is that possible?
PS: I am really impressed by JIRA / Confluence! So much possibilities, yet it is really intuitive, and I managed to configure it without hassle, and everytime I am looking to try new things with it. Congratulation Atlassians!
Glad to hear you're having such a good experience with Atlassian products.
Unfortunately it is not possible to reflect partial work on stories using story points. The exception to this case would be splitting stories in sub-tasks, and completing them would add the story points to the main task (story) and update the burndown chart as you would like (however, the subtasks would be completed).
Another alternative to achieve what you want is to configure estimation using time (Original Time Estimate) instead of story points. This way, after configuring the 'Time Tracking' option as 'Remaining Estimate and Time Spent' on the Board Estimation settings, once work is logged into an issue in progress, the burndown chart will be updated accordingly. You may find more details about how to change these settings on the following document:
Hope this helps!
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