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A sub-task of 'task for JA'
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I’d love a mobile app
I’d love a mobile app would make doing work on the go easier
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test
Requestor: test Device(s): test Software Version(s): testf New Input Column Example:
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Joe make a new NBA app
See PRD for specs
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My laptop won’t start!
Requestor: Device(s): MagicBook 3 Software Version(s): MagicOS IX
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test
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This is a new value set in Coda!
Requestor: test Device(s): test Software Version(s): test
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Task for Zac
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Task for JA
Jira Outlook
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Task for Joel
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Task for Joel
Coda
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Task for Zac
chrislecka
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Task for Raquel
chrislecka
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this is a new summary
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this is a new title from list
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this is an epic with issues
hello there
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this is a new summary
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Implement machine learning model updates
Have we considered user testing?
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Evaluate and incorporate user feedback
Polly Rose
Gather user feedback through surveys and interviews, and incorporate the insights into refining the matching algorithm to better meet the specific needs of dog owners.
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Improve accuracy of breed recognition
Lola Tseudonym
Enhance the breed recognition algorithm to improve the accuracy of identifying dog breeds for more precise matching.
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Implement machine learning model updates
Lola Tseudonym
Update the machine learning model used for dog walker matching based on user feedback and data analysis.
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Improve accuracy of breed recognition
Lola Tseudonym
Enhance the breed recognition algorithm to improve the accuracy of identifying dog breeds for more precise matching.
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Refactor code for better performance
Lola Tseudonym
Refactor the codebase to optimize performance and reduce the time required for matching dog walkers with dogs.
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Optimize algorithm for large datasets
Lola Tseudonym
Enhance the AI algorithm to handle larger datasets more efficiently and accurately, ensuring scalability as the user base grows.
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Implement GPS tracking functionality
Alan Chowansky
Integrate GPS tracking into the WalkWise app to provide real-time location updates for both dog owners and dog walkers.
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Develop emergency alert system
Alan Chowansky
Design and implement an emergency alert system that allows dog walkers and dog owners to quickly notify each other in case of emergencies or unexpected situations during walks.
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Implement push notifications
Polly Rose
Set up push notification functionality to send alerts and notifications to dog owners, providing them with updates on their dog’s walk status and any important information.
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Create reporting system for walk metrics
Polly Rose
Develop a reporting system that collects and presents walk metrics such as distance covered, duration, and bathroom breaks, providing insights to dog owners about their dog’s activity.
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Enhance photo and video sharing!!
Lola Tseudonym
Improve the photo and video sharing feature to allow dog walkers to capture and share moments from the walks with dog owners, enhancing the overall user experience.
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Implement interactive map functionality
Alan Chowansky
Integrate an interactive map into the WalkWise app and website, allowing dog owners to track their dog’s walk route in real-time.
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Enhance scheduling feature
Alan Chowansky
Improve the scheduling feature, allowing dog owners to easily schedule and manage dog walking services based on their preferences and availability.
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Create detailed walk reports
Lola Tseudonym
Develop a feature that generates detailed walk reports, including information on distance covered, time spent walking, bathroom breaks, and any noteworthy incidents during the walk.
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Implement in-app messaging system
Lola Tseudonym
Set up an in-app messaging system that enables seamless communication between dog owners and dog walkers for any necessary updates or inquiries.
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Improve user interface and experience
Alan Chowansky
Enhance the overall user interface and experience of the WalkWise app and website, making it more intuitive, visually appealing, and user-friendly.
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Implement identity verification system
Alan Chowansky
Develop an identity verification system for dog walkers, ensuring that only verified and trustworthy individuals can join the WalkWise platform.
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Enhance emergency response protocols
Alan Chowansky
Establish and improve protocols for handling emergency situations during dog walks, ensuring swift and appropriate responses from dog walkers and effective communication with dog owners.
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Implement data privacy enhancements
Polly Rose
Strengthen data privacy measures, including encryption and secure storage, to safeguard user information and ensure compliance with privacy regulations.
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Enhance compatibility with pet wearables
Alan Chowansky
Improve integration with pet wearables, such as GPS trackers and health monitors, to provide dog owners with real-time insights into their dog’s well-being during walks.
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Develop compatibility with fitness trackers
Polly Rose
Integrate WalkWise with popular fitness trackers, allowing dog owners to track their dog’s activity and health data during walks.
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Enable automated door access for dog walkers
Alan Chowansky
Integrate WalkWise with home automation systems to provide dog walkers with automated access to clients’ homes during scheduled walks.
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Implement smart home integration for seamless experiences
Polly Rose
Enable integration with smart home devices, allowing dog owners to control home features such as lights, temperature, and security systems during dog walks.
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Develop compatibility with automated feeding systems
Lola Tseudonym
Integrate WalkWise with automated pet feeding systems, enabling dog owners to schedule and control feeding times remotely.
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AI Algorithm Optimization
This epic focuses on enhancing the AI algorithms used by WalkWise to match professional dog walkers with dogs based on their specific needs. It aims to improve the accuracy and efficiency of the matching process.
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Real-time Monitoring and Alerts
This epic aims to enhance the real-time monitoring capabilities of WalkWise, including GPS tracking, emergency alerts, and notifications for pet owners and dog walkers.
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Mobile App and Website Enhancements
This epic focuses on improving the user experience and functionality of the WalkWise mobile app and website, including features like easy scheduling, interactive maps, and detailed walk reports.
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Safety and Security Enhancements
This epic addresses the continuous improvement of safety and security measures in the WalkWise ecosystem, including identity verification, emergency response protocols, and data privacy enhancements.
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Integration with Smart Devices
This epic focuses on integrating WalkWise with smart devices such as pet wearables and home automation systems, enabling compatibility with fitness trackers, automated door access, and smart home integration.
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Check out
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Login flow
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Feature two
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Feature 1
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Login button
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Steal Uranium for flux capacitor
Need to search through contacts to source Uranium
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The flux capacitor will allow the DeLorean to travel through time
We are going to need to steal some uranium for this one.
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Fly to portland
hihi
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Get a puppy
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Get airbnb
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Run 13 miles
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Buy plane tickets
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Sign up for the half
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Run a half marathon w/ Olga
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Half Marathon Doc
Teresa de Figueiredo
Sign up
Create a plan
Run etc
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hi
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hello
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what next
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and that
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and this
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do this
Teresa de Figueiredo
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hihi
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Test 1
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Hi
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Hello
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Upgrade latest version
Jasmine Jones

New test

Testing this out
Hi does {color:#36b37e}this work?{color}
hi!

new header

hello test

Trying out new description

Testing out at mentions

header for colors

{color:#36b37e}Hi this is a green sentence{color}

{color:#36b37e}CEnter aligned stuff{color}

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That I'm working on need to fix
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Implement sample barcoding and tracking
Glenn Jaume
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Implement laboratory automation robotics
Glenn Jaume
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Upgrade sequencers
Hari Sivaramakrishnan
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Quality check (QC) algorithm for cross sample contamination
Evan Davies
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Determine effect of interfering substances
Betty Huang
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Perform validation study to determine Assay Accuracy
John Scrugham
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Bioinformatics to determine filtering thresholds for Indels,CNVs and SNVs
Hari Sivaramakrishnan
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Bioinformatics to build DNA variant calling and characterization algorithms
Hari Sivaramakrishnan
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Ingest new MSI algorithm into new report field and render PDF
Evan Davies
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Implement MSI algorithm into assay workflow
Hari Sivaramakrishnan
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Develop MSI algorithm
Betty Huang
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Perform inter-sequencer concordance study
John Scrugham
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Develop assay spike-in probes in laboratory
Betty Huang
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Select samples per each validation study
John Scrugham
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Increase laboratory throughput by 25% by EOY
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Implement new competitive feature to existing assay by EOM
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Launch a new assay by EOQ
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Enable automated door access for dog walkers
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Implement machine learning model updates
Have we considered user testing?
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Implement in-app messaging system
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Enhance compatibility with pet wearables
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Optimize algorithm for large datasets
Have we considered user testing?
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Mobile App and Website Enhancements
Implement new app features that retain 80% of our WAU.
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Integration with Smart Devices
Integrate WalkWise with 3 smart devices such as pet wearables and home automation systems.
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AI Algorithm Optimization
Improve the accuracy and efficiency of the matching process and reduce rejected walk requests by 30%
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Issue 3
Evan Davies
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Issue 2
Betty Huang
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Issue 1
Hari Sivaramakrishnan
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More epicly large work
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Create a nice visual for the DNA
John Scrugham
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Build the algorithm
Glenn Jaume
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Design mockups
John Scrugham
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Work to get a good recommendation score
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new task 211
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new task ttttt
done test
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new task new task new new task new task new new task
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new task
testing
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new task
test desc
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Test task added by action button 1
Coda
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test task from coda
Coda
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Second Issues for test
Coda
2nd test description
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This is a first issue
Coda
just a description
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Subtask Tester
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Test out how Jira Pack Works
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Add a task
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Sync the table
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Ask Ben what his favorite pack is
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Demonstrate JIRA Packs
Maria Marquis
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Epic Issue Number 1
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The first big epic
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Child issue test
John Scrugham
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Test Epic
Coda
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Big piece of work 1
Coda
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UX backlog
Coda
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Another data item
John Scrugham
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Data flows integration
Coda
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Jackpot13
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Dummy item 3 (ignore)
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Test Issue
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Filter control doesn't work from column menu (nothing gets added)
Former user
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What happened?
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Amazingness
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As a user, I'd like a historical story to show in reports
Former user
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As a user, I'd like a historical story to show in reports
Former user
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As a user, I'd like a historical story to show in reports
Former user
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As a user, I'd like a historical story to show in reports
Former user
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As a user, I'd like a historical story to show in reports
Former user
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As a user, I'd like a historical story to show in reports
Former user
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Instructions for deleting this sample board and project are in the description for this issue >> Click the "SAMPLE-17" link and read the description tab of the detail view for more
Former user
To delete this Sample Project (must be performed by a user with Administration rights)
Open the administration interface to the projects page by using the keyboard shortcut ‘g’ then ‘g’ and typing ‘Projects’ in to the search dialog
Select the “Delete” link for the “Sample Project” project
To delete the Sample Project workflow and workflow scheme (must be performed by a user with Administration rights)
Open the administration interface to the workflow schemes page by using the keyboard shortcut ‘g’ then ‘g’ and typing ‘Workflow Schemes’ in to the search dialog
Select the “Delete” link for the “SAMPLE: Software Simplified Workflow Scheme” workflow scheme
Go to the workflows page by using the keyboard shortcut ‘g’ then ‘g’ and typing ‘Workflows’ in to the search dialog(OnDemand users should select the second match for Workflows)
Expand the “Inactive” section
Select the “Delete” link for the “Software Simplified Workflow for Project SAMPLE” workflow
To delete this Board (must be performed by the owner of this Board or an Administrator)
Click the “Tools” cog at the top right of this board
Select “Delete”
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As a team, we can finish the sprint by clicking the cog icon next to the sprint name above the "To Do" column then selecting "Complete Sprint" >> Try closing this sprint now
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As a scrum master, I can see the progress of a sprint via the Burndown Chart >> Click "Reports" to view the Burndown Chart
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As a user, I can find important items on the board by using the customisable "Quick Filters" above >> Try clicking the "Only My Issues" Quick Filter above
Former user
Creating Quick Filters
You can add your own Quick Filters in the board configuration (select Board > Configure)
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As a developer, I can update details on an item using the Detail View >> Click the "SAMPLE-13" link at the top of this card to open the detail view
Former user
Editing using the Detail View
Many of the fields in the detail view can be inline edited by simply clicking on them.
For other fields you can open Quick Edit, select “Edit” from the cog drop-down.
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When the last task is done, the story can be automatically closed >> Drag this task to "Done" too
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Update task status by dragging and dropping from column to column >> Try dragging this task to "Done"
Former user
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As a developer, I can update story and task status with drag and drop (click the triangle at far left of this story to show sub-tasks)
Former user
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As a developer, I'd like to update story status during the sprint >> Click the Active sprints link at the top right of the screen to go to the Active sprints where the current Sprint's items can be updated
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As a product owner, I'd like to include bugs, tasks and other issue types in my backlog >> Bugs like this one will also appear in your backlog but they are not normally estimated
Estimation of Bugs
Scrum teams do not normally apply story point estimates to bugs because bugs are considered to be part of the ongoing work that the team must deal with (i.e the overhead). If you view the story points completed in a sprint as a measure of progress, then bugs also have no value because they do not deliver anything additional to the customer.
However, you can apply estimates to bugs if you wish by configuring the “Story Points” field to apply to other Issue Types (by default it only applies to Stories and Epics). Some more information on this is in the .
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This is a sample task. Tasks are used to break down the steps to implement a user story
Former user
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As a scrum master, I'd like to break stories down into tasks we can track during the sprint >> Try creating a task by clicking the Sub-Tasks tab in the Detail View on the right
Task Breakdown
Many teams choose to break down user stories into a set of tasks needed to implement the story. They then update the status of these tasks during a sprint to track progress. The completion of the last task signals the end of the story.
You can add sub-tasks to a story on the sub-task tab (folder icon) above.
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As a team, I'd like to commit to a set of stories to be completed in a sprint (or iteration) >> Click "Create Sprint" then drag the footer down to select issues for a sprint (you can't start a sprint at the moment because one is already active)
Starting a Sprint
During the Planning Meeting the team will examine the stories at the top of the backlog and determine which they can commit to completing during the coming sprint. Based on this information the Product Owner might break down stories into smaller stories, adjust story priorities or otherwise work with the team to define the ideal sprint outcome. When the sprint is started the stories are moved into the sprint backlog.
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As a team, I'd like to estimate the effort of a story in Story Points so we can understand the work remaining >> Try setting the Story Points for this story in the "Estimate" field
This story is estimated at 5 Story Points (as shown in the “Estimate” field at the top right of the Detail View).
Try updating the Story Point estimate to 4 by clicking on the “Estimate” then typing.
Estimating using Story Points
Because the traditional process of estimating tasks in weeks or days is often wildly inaccurate, many Scrum teams estimate in Story Points instead. Story Points exist merely as a way to estimate a task’s difficulty compared to some other task (for example, a 10-point story would probably take double the effort of a 5-point story). As teams mature with Scrum they tend to achieve a consistent number of Story Points from Sprint to Sprint – this is termed the team’s velocity. This allows the Product Owner to use the velocity to predict how many Sprints it will take to deliver parts of the backlog.
Many teams use Planning Poker to achieve consensus on Story Point estimates.
Using Other Estimation Units
You can configure JIRA Software to use time-based estimates if you wish. In the configuration for the board, on the “Estimation” tab, select “Original Time Estimate” as your Estimation Statistic. If you also wish to track the time used during the Sprint, select “Remaining Estimate and Time Spent” to enable Time Tracking in JIRA Software.
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As a product owner, I'd like to rank stories in the backlog so I can communicate the proposed implementation order >> Try dragging this story up above the previous story
About the Product Backlog
The backlog is the source of truth for the order of work to be completed. It is expected that the Product Owner will work with the team to make sure that the backlog represents the current approach to delivering the product. JIRA Software makes it easy to prioritise (rank) Stories by dragging them up and down the backlog.
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As a product owner, I'd like to express work in terms of actual user problems, aka User Stories, and place them in the backlog >> Try creating a new story with the "+ Create Issue" button (top right of screen)
When you click “+ Create Issue” you will be asked for the correct project (select “Sample Project”) and Issue Type (select “Story”).
About User Stories
The Scrum methodology drops traditional software requirement statements in favour of real world problems expressed as User Stories. Stories describe the task a particular user is trying to achieve and its value. They are typically of the form “As a (role) I want (something) so that (benefit)”. This approach focuses the team on the core user need rather than on implementation details.
Stories are “placeholders for a conversation” – they do not need to be