I am trying to do some predictive metrics to see when we might be able to deliver based on historical story point velocity. I have found the sample report below which uses releases (fix versions), but I want to see if there is a way to use Epics and teams.
Unfortunately, I don’t really understand the MDX code behind this chart, so I don’t know if it is as simple as switching the drop downs to include team and epic or if there is a better way.
The question I have from leadership is “If I have 1 or more teams work on epic x, how long would I expect it to take?” Assuming all stories are pointed.
This is probably a huge question, so any help or other predictive metric samples would be greatly appreciated!
Hi @Andrew ,
Better late than never. It seems your original inquiry slipped through our radar. Thank you, @Gonchik Tsymzhitov , for bringing this to our attention.
Yes, you can alter the report to use Epic Link, Project, and other dimensions and filter the report time frame. The measure you are interested in is "Time in Version". You can alter it to take into account the dimension used in pages. See two examples with Epic Link and Project dimensions:
I apologize for the late reply.
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