What is the best values to define status of User Story, Task in Jira?

We are trying to initiate Jira for our project, so I just wondering if someone can share with us the best values for User Story and Task, we are thinking about something like: Open, Analysis, Ready for Dev, In Progress, Ready for Review, In Review, Ready for Deploy, Ready for QA, Done... something like this, any recommed or suggestion is appriciated.

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Christoph Thomas Community Champion Jul 12, 2017

Minh - try to start with as few status as possible, otherwise they won't be used and cause confusion. But if you are sure that you need all of these status go ahead - 9 status might still even fit on a JIRA board if you have a large monitor ;) Another solution might be to work with different issue types like Analysis, Story, Test, Deployment with simple workflows like Open, In Progress, In Review, Done. Hope that helps?

Cheers

Christoph

yah I think Open, In Progress, In Review and Done are pretty simple enough to start, many thanks.

You're welcome - feel free to come back in case of any questions :) 

Cheers 

Christoph 

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