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Sprint Health gadget is ignoring "Ready For Release" as a status with a "Done" status category

I have the Sprint Health gadget installed on a dashboard and it is not bringing up "Ready for Release" as a status with a "Done" status category even though I have confirmed that it has been changed. All of the other "Done" statuses are coming back.

Am I doing something wrong? Do I need to change the status category somewhere else?,%22UX%20Verify%20and%20Close%22,%22Released%22,%22Done%22,%22Ready%20in%20QA%22,%22Ready%20in%20STG%22)%20AND%20Sprint%20=%20977

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Hi @Brendan Howard,

The sprint health gadget status colours are based on the column configuration of the scrum board that holds the sprint. For an issue to be considered as done, it must be in the rightmost column of the board.

this support article going back quite a long way into Jira history has a pretty good explanation.

I believe I have done that properly too -- ready for release is at the rightmost column of the board. ColumnMgmtPage.PNG

I have been playing around a bit in a test instance to see what might be happening. It seems to work for me as described in the documentation. But I did ran into an interesting mismatch at a given point, when I found out that my board had issues from multiple projects.

I had apparently wrong figures to, until I found out that I had selected a sprint from one board in my sprint health gadget and found out that I had modified the board configuration of a different scrum board.

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