Reporting in Jira Software

JIRA Cloud    |    Intermediate
  • 9 videos | 27m 32s
  • Includes Assessment
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In this 9-video course, learners will discover how to generate reports, which produce visual representations of project issues. Create Jira reports for sprints, versions, created issues, as well as resolved issues. Begin by learning how to create and display the velocity chart, then generate Burndown charts to track total remaining work and to project likelihood of achieving the sprint goal. Also learn how to generate Sprint reports to display the list of issues in each Sprint; generate Version reports to visualize a team's progress towards completing versions; and generate Epic Burndown reports to visualize how the team is progressing against the work for Epics, then delve into using those reports to visualize how the team is progressing against work for releases. Next, observe how to create Pie Charts to display specified project fields, and generate reports to visualize the number of created issues versus resolved issues over a given time period. To conclude, generate a Resolution Time Report to visualize time taken to resolve a set of issues in projects.

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN

  • Demonstrate how to display the velocity chart
    Generate burndown charts to track the total remaining work and to project the likelihood of achieving the sprint goal
    Generate sprint reports in order to display list of issues in each sprint
    Generate version report to visualize team's progress towards completing versions
    Generate epic burndown report to visualize how the team is progressing against the work for epics
  • Generate a release burndown report to visualize how the team is progressing against the work for releases
    Generate a pie chart to display specified fields from a project
    Generate reports to visualize the number of created issues versus resolved issues over a given time period
    Generate resolution time report to visualize the time taken to resolve a set of issues in projects

IN THIS COURSE

  • 3m 20s
    The Velocity Chart displays the amount of value delivered in each sprint, allowing you to predict the amount of work the team can get done in future sprints. See how to locate and generate Velocity charts in Jira. FREE ACCESS
  • 3m 16s
    Use a Burndown chart to track the total work remaining, and to project the likelihood of achieving the sprint goal. By tracking the remaining work throughout the iteration, a team can manage its progress, and respond to trends accordingly. FREE ACCESS
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    3.  Using Sprint reports
    2m 51s
    The Sprint report shows the list of issues in each sprint. It is useful for your Sprint retrospective meetings, and also for mid-sprint progress checks. FREE ACCESS
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    4.  Generating a Version report
    3m 12s
    The Version Report shows your team's progress towards the completion of a version. The Version Report also shows you the predicted Release Date, based on your team's average rate of progress (velocity) since the start of the version, and the estimated amount of work remaining. FREE ACCESS
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    5.  Creating an Epic Burndown report
    2m 49s
    The Epic Burndown report shows you how your team is progressing against the work for an epic. An epic is a large user story that can be broken down into a number of smaller stories. FREE ACCESS
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    6.  Generating a Release Burndown report
    2m 45s
    The Release Burndown report shows you how your team is progressing against the work for a release. The Release Burndown report is optimized for scrum teams that work in sprints — which makes tracking much easier. FREE ACCESS
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    7.  Creating a Pie Chart report
    3m 6s
    The Pie Chart report displays issues returned from a specified project or issue filter, grouped by a specified field. For example, an issue filter can be created to retrieve all open issues for a particular version of a particular project. FREE ACCESS
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    8.  Comparing Created Issues & Resolved Issues report
    3m 26s
    The Created vs Resolved Issues report displays the number of issues created and resolved over a given period of time. This report is based on the project or issue filter that the user chooses and the chart can be either cumulative or not. FREE ACCESS
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    9.  Generating a Resolution Time report
    2m 48s
    The Resolution Time report shows the length of time taken to resolve a set of issues for a project/filter. This helps you identify trends and incidents that you can investigate further. FREE ACCESS

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