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Could issues added after Sprint start be displayed in different color in Velocity Chart?

We have teams that constantly get a lot of issues added after the beginning of the Sprint. This is a known issue and that is why they usually plan for only about half of their capacity as they know that the other half will be unknown at the beginning.

Would it be possible to add this extra work with different color in the Velocity Chart (or in some other chart)? That way it would be easy to see how much of the originally planned things were completed and how much was of the completed mass was added (*).

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Felipevsw Atlassian Team Jul 29, 2013
Hi! I've raised the feature request: https://jira.atlassian.com/browse/GHS-9610 Feel free to add more details to it and vote for it as well. Cheers, Felipe

Thank you for the quick reply!

PDF View Plugin renders Burndown Charts and Velocity Charts in a simple sprint report document. The latter displays the issues created after the sprint's start using red bars.

(The templating mechnism allows integrating the 2 visualizations into a single chart or make other changes, if you prefer that.)

Not quite what I had in mind, but thank you for the answer.

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Timothy Community Leader Jul 29, 2013

Unfortunately, no such funtionality exists. You've gotta raise it @ jira.atlassian.com.

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