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How to know how much a story has progressed in a given time-period.

Saurabh Agarwal (112) | asked Aug 03 '15, 7:47 a.m.

Is there a way, we can view the progress on a Story (by time-period), without looking into each of children?
  1. A Story has 4 children (two each for coding and testing).
  2. Story implementation is distributed between three team members, working in parallel.
  3. Assuming, each team member updates his work on time, is there a way, I can view the progress on the Story by time period (say - how much it progressed in last two days).  This time period can be configurable.
(The story progress bar shows the overall status but it can't be ascertained the progress in a specific time-period).


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Gabriel Enriquez (3463) | answered Aug 04 '15, 2:22 p.m.
Plan snapshots show overall progress in a given time-period for a plan (See snapshots). Here is a way that I can think of for showing individual progress of a story.

Create a scoped plan (see scoped plans) which only shows StoryA. The scoped expression could be filedAgainst=CategoryA, where StoryA is filed against it. Then use snapshots in a usual way, and that will give you a picture of the status in a given time-period (comparing snapshots).

Hope that helps.

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