I hope this makes sense, but my team is in a transitional phase to scrum within a large organization that is extremely waterfall.
Because of that, our "product" as a team are out user stories, that will get handed off to Developers, after the Sprint has finished.
SO, we need a Scrum board that shows Epics within the Active Sprint, Sprint Backlog and Backlog - and not user stories.
Essentially, my question is:
The team still wants to create user stories for each of those Epics, of course - during the sprint. It's just, we prioritize and assign work based on Epic - not on user story.
Thanks so much for you help!
Let me know!
Hello, Yep, you can.
You just need to create a new board and edit Board Setting, as the image below:
After that, you need to edit your JQL, as the images below,
for example: [issuetype = Epic]
So, your board will show your Epics, or whatever you want, as the image below:
Thanks so much for your reply!
Is it possible to have the same view on the Scrum board?
I already have this view for our team on our Kanban board, using your same steps.
The steps you've detailed are GREAT for Kanban!! However, can I do the same with a Scrum board?
You can't,, when you are using Scrum board your view it's different, as the image below:
See below for some articles on what you can do with a Scrum board:
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