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View individual burndown chart

With the old chard boards, you could narrow down the scope of a sprint to your own issues and view a personal burndown chart. We used this to monitor personal progress throughout the sprint.

Is there a way to see a personal burndown chart with the new rapid boards?

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For now (10/3/2012), you would have to create a new board with a filter that only shows that individual.

At least that's our solution for now. Perhaps there's another way.

Different filters means different sprints, so that's not really usable here.

No, that's not true. A board discovers the sprints that exist by first retrieving the issues then looking at the sprint field for the issues. If the same issues appear on two boards they will both see the same sprints.


Oh, now I see, that might work indeed, thanks!

Glad I found this question, as I was wondering exactly the same thing. Sadly, for me this means I will stick to the classic reports until this is fixed, because it is way too cumbersome to create multiple boards for all the various filters I want to use for burndown charts. It'd be great if you could just enable the quick filters in the Report tab!

This does not work. For instance, if a user works on a ticket- type defect; develops, tests and logs work on it and then assigns it to another tester(3 eye). Now using the filter, the issue which the first user worked on does not appear on the scrum board!

Rupesh try the 'was' keyword in the filter. Assigned was joeblogs.

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