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Quitar tarjetas Kanban en Hecho

¡Hola! ¿Qué tal?

 

Escribo porque en el tablero Kanban se me acumulan tarjetas en Hecho y me gustaría saber cómo quitarlas una vez a la semana. Es decir me gustaría que las tarjetas de hecho desapareciesen después de mi planning semanal ¿podéis ayudarme? ¿se puede hacer? ¿si es así, cómo puedo hacerlo?

 

Gracias

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Vero Rivas Community Leader Mar 16, 2021

Hola @María Domene 

   Tienes dos opciones:

   1.- Realizar releases cada vez que cierras la planificación

   2.- Realizar un filtro para eliminar las tareas hechas (done, listo, etc) 

   Espero te sirva,

Un saludo

Hi @María Domene  -- Welcome to the Atlassian Community!

Are you using a Classic or NextGen project with your Kanban board?

If it is Classic, you may extend what @Vero Rivas suggests by changing your board setting to hide older items:

  • At the top right of the board, select ... and board settings > General
  • Near the bottom of the page you may add a Kanban board sub-filter, such as: resolutiondate IS EMPTY OR resolutiondate > -7d
  • Or, you may change the setting of "Hide completed issues older than" to hide them

Best regards,

Bill

Like María Domene likes this

Hola! además de lo que te comenta Vero que son opciones técnicamente válidas (yo prefiero la primera), lo que yo te recomendaría, ya que haces planning, es que en lugar de usar un tablero Kanban, uses uno Scrum, donde inicies sprint luego de tu planning, y la finalices al finalizar tu sprint de 1 semana; esto además te va a permitir tomar métricas de velocidad que les pueden ser muy útiles al equipo para generar compromisos de sprint en las plannings, cada vez más acertados.

Saludos!

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