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How to get story point filled by Planning Poker

Hello All,

I'm new to the world of JIRA and I'm currently using the trial version of JIRA along with Planning poker.

When saving an estimate, I got an error that a customfield_10016 is not on the screen, and I was offered the possibility for JIRA to solve the problem for me, which I did.

Now, when I save an estimate in the Poker game, the story point field is not updated. It's the story point estimate that is filled. Thus to be able to plan my sprint, I need to manually update every story so that I can see how many story points are there in total before planning the sprint and while adding issues to my sprint.

Is this a normal behaviour or is there something that I'm doing wrong.

Thanking you in advance for your help.



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Hi All,

I have been able to find the solution to this.

When creating a game, there is an option to choose "Export estimates to" and the problem is solvedsnap0001282.png

Hi problem I'm experiencing is that even after selecting Story Points (customfield_xxxxx) i get an error on PP saying that it couldn't write to that field. 

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