How to identify the story is in SIT/UA

Deepti Agarwal
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May 6, 2024

In my project , I want to identify through a dashboard or a JQL what all stories are in SIT or UAT phase, But the limitation is there is no such workflow status. Below are the workflow transition for my project.

Open -> In Progress -> Review -> Complete

I am thinking to use a label and creating a swimlane on this basis. But there are other indefinite labels as well in my stories. Is there any efficient way to achieve this.

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May 6, 2024

@Deepti Agarwal is it possible to get your workflow updated to add in a SIT or UAT status? (but have it also able to go straight from review to completed)

If not you could:

  1. Use a label to identify SIT tickets and show labels on the tickets on the board

    labels = SIT

  2. Flag tickets that are in SIT/UAT so they appear in a different colour

    "Flagged[Checkboxes]" = Impediment and status = "In Review"

  3. Update the summary or description with - SIT at the end

    summary ~ "SIT"

    description ~ "SIT"

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May 6, 2024

Hi @Deepti Agarwal 

Welcome to the Atlassian Community!

You can add components like SIT, UAT in your project and set/align them to your stories. Refer - Managing Components for more details. You can then use "Two Dimensional Filter Statistics Gadget" in your dashboard which displays tabular data based on a filter.

Alternatively, you can also create a new custom field (select list) eg: Environment and add options to it SIT, UAT; add it to your screens and set it in your stories. You can use this custom field as well in the "Two Dimensional Filter Statistics Gadget" in your dashboard.

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