I am trying to determine the viability of Jira Agile for my project right now.
We currently have multiple teams (each with their own sprint plan) working on a single project. This project is then broken down into multiple features.
We need to be able to generate burndown charts by team, by feature, and for the entire release. Currently, it seems it's only possible to generate a burndown chart by sprint, which is rather limiting.
Is there a way to simply filter the entire projects burndown chart like I would an issue log? Is there another way to accomplish what I need?
edit: it seems I can accomplish this by setting up filters for the classic Jira burndown chart. Has this functionality been removed from the new boards?
This is EXACTLY what I am looking for. Any further tought, while looking for an official response?
A possible different use case for this useful filtering facility is the fact that Rapid Boards could be used to allocate activities for Scrum Teams across releases: with quick filters based on "Target Release", I could have each Release Manager to focus on "his" Release with a dedicated burndown.
Please note that those "Quick Filters" are already available on Rapid Boards, but only on the "Plan" and "Work" views, but NOT on "Report" view.
I have solved this using existing functionaloty, however it is not the nicest approach.
The key thing to be aware of is that burn down charts etc work around your board. You can however have several different boards giving you different views of your tickets, even in the same sprint.
Therefore if you create a new board for your project and add a filter to it, perhaps for issues with a particular label, you can then view a burn down charts for only your filtered issues rather than every ticket in the sprint.
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