I have not broken up the project into sprints, I just want a sum of the estimated time I have entered for each story, preferably by Epic. No work has been logged yet, just want an idea of the time estimated for the entire project.
You can try out our add-on to track progress of issues in Epic hierarchy on time estimates and at story points as well.
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There's a free plugin called SumUp which shows you the total days for any filter results.
So you can just search for "project = [project name]" and the totals for each column in your filter results will show up at the bottom.
Even if you have more than 100 results, say you have 500 tasks in your project, the total for the 500 tasks will show at the bottom of the screen. Below is an example for one of my projects, showing originial estimate, remaining estimate and time spent:
Really old thread but it appears people still stumble upon it from time to time.
The easiest way to get this info quickly, at least for me, is to create a filter with just the epic I want total time for (including all the sub-tasks), and then do a Workload Pie Chart Report using that filter and original estimate. Boom!
I will assume that by "the total OE on epics" you mean the sum of all OE of The Epics children as if they were done one by one continuously and that by "the length in the Gantt chart will be accurate" you mean that the length of the parent Epics' taskbars would reflect this sum up.
Steps to follow:
Anna od SoftwarePlant
Follow these steps to get your OE nicely aggregated on the WBS:
You can use Agile Docs to sum up the total estimated time of each Epic in your project.
Opens up right inside your project dashboard.
Or, if you want a zoomed-out view of Epics only, you can uncheck "Expand All Epics”:
If you need a more granular way to search for Epics rather than just all unresolved Epics in your Project, you can use your existing Quick Filters to search for them.
Hope that helps!
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