Do you fail to meet your SLAs regularly?
Do you have doubts about achieving your deadlines?
Do you have trouble delivering value at predictable intervals?
If the answer to any of these questions is yes, then you’ll benefit from applying a cumulative flow diagram to your process.
Agile teams adapt to change quickly, but bottlenecks may arise due to these rapid changes. These bottlenecks have to be identified first, before they can be resolved.
The Cumulative flow diagram shows the various statuses of your project's issues over time for an application, version, or sprint. It's a visual indication of how many issues are passing through each column of your board.
The horizontal x-axis indicates time, and the vertical y-axis indicates issues.
Each colored area of the chart equates to a workflow status (i.e. a column on your board).
This helps you see which columns accumulate more issues than others, and identify bottlenecks in your team's workflow. It’s predominantly used by Kanban teams, but is useful for Scrum teams working with sprints as well.
A fresh coat of paint using colors from the Atlassian Design System.
Performance improvements for projects with large amounts of data.
Usability improvements, including legends as checkboxes to toggle columns.
We’ll be monitoring usage and feedback to help us understand the value you’re getting from this report, as this will help us prioritize improvements.
If your project has Reports enabled, you’ll be able to start using it right now.
If not, navigate to Project settings > Features and toggle the Reports feature.
We're still polishing the last few rough edges around the feature, so feel free to reach out to our support team if you encounter any issues.
Here is some support documentation on what's available right now for the report.
Ivan TeongAtlassian Team
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