Why is there to do/open and closed/done?

Hi,

I don´t get the difference, when to use what?

Greetings

Marc

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Hi Marc,

 

You'll find the information you need, and more here smile

 

Best regards, Damien.

Hi,

only open and closed are discribed, but not their differences to to do and done.

I am doing a little survey at the moment on project types and scrum, kanban, basic, project management use to do and done.

Regards

Marc

DONE

Represents anything for which work has been completed

TO DO

Represents anything new

That are the status categories. Ok, if I read that for the issue status too, they are nearly the same.

Yep, that's how it works: Issues move from To Do to In Progress when work starts on them, and later move to Done when all work is complete.

That bit is clear, only the difference between them is only given in the context of the workflow.
The default has open and closed, all others have to do and done.

Looks like that they got swapped and the "new ones" are to do and done

Ok, process management takes it one step further and combines open and done smile

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