Hi all, new SCRUM Master here. I've gotten a grasp on the basics, but I'm looking to start building out reports (utilizing the Dataplane Reports plugin. Could not find a forum specifically for them). However, I'm running into a few difficulties that I just can not seem to wrap my head around.
My Filter I utilize is: Sprint in openSprints() and Project='TeamX' order by Status. This gives me the current sprint items by status.
Starting with the "Current Issue Statuses" report I can utilize a Vertical grouped bar chart and the customizer script to nicely see 4 bars (Open, In Work, In Review, Resolved) with a specified order. Great. However, the bars height are based of the number of issues in each state, when I'd rather see them based on story points. The goal is to quickly see are most of our points this sprint 'In Work' or done ('In Review' or 'Resolved'. Note I do want those separate though).
So 1st question: How can I set the 'measurement value' for the X-axis to Story Points and not simply issue count?
Question 2: I tried to set the color, but even though the 4 bars are correctly grouped by Status (Open, In Work, In Review, Resolved) stating 'series "Open" color "red" does nothing. It seems unless I specifically list the 'criteria' in the Segment By I can't change the color. But I can't list it in segment by, as it's already part of the base report I used "Current Issue Statuses".
So for others who may attempt to do this. You must select 'Sum Numeric Field' report, with the Issue Field set to 'Story Points'. You can then utilize a Vertical Bar graph segmented by 'Status'. This will group all stories into you 3 or more Status columns (In work, Done, To Do), with the value being based on 'Story Points' (the Issue Field).
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