eazyBI - where do added issues in a sprint come from (other sprint, backlog)?


I've created few charts with eazyBI, it's a really powerful tool, but I have a lot to learn.

Currently, I would like to track from where issues added are coming and to where issue removed are moving?

For example, before closing a sprint, some issues are moved to next sprint, other are moved to backlog, other to another future sprint. I would like to know the provenance and the destination of issues.

I try to find something with [Transition Field].[Sprint], but I can't find any value inside.

Can somebody help me?



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Hi Claire,

in eazyBI, added and removed issues are calculated by the issue changelog (history). We look for changes in "Sprint" field: the issue is counted as added to a sprint when the particular sprint is added to this field, and removed from the sprint when another value is set for this field.

A provenance or a destination is not directly analysed in eazyBI. Still, you can get Sprint field value changes over time.

For more detailed assistance please contact support@eazyBI.com 


Best regards,


eazyBI Client Support Consultant




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