Sprint widgets are located in Dashboards. They are perfect for reporting on the Sprints you've built with the Sprints ClickApp. If this ClickApp is enabled, learn how to measure your Sprints here.

How Sprint Widgets Work

Velocity

The velocity chart helps visualize the completion rate of your tasks. Tasks will be broken down into weekly intervals and average velocity will be displayed on the graph. You can choose to view 1, 2, 3, 6, and 12 month periods.

  • Grouping: We will automatically group your data by List or custom fields selected to give you a better break down of what got completed in the sprint. Each List or custom field will be represented with a different color on the chart.
  • Velocity Average: This shows your weekly completion average based on your unit of work (tasks, time estimates, scrum points). 

Burndown

See how your team performs against a target line, and compare against the projected.

  • Target:  Shows the ideal pace to complete tasks to reach your sprint's goal.
  • Projected: Shows your team's trending rate based on work that has been completed.
  • Active: Actual task completion.

Burnup

Oversee both your scope of work to be done and the work completed. It’s a race to the top!

Cumulative flow 

This chart provides a way to see your tasks status progress overtime.

  • Colors: Tasks in this chart are broken into colors based on their current status. This allows you to identify bottlenecks as work progresses.
  • Status Mapping (soon)

Lead Time (rolling average)

The Lead Time widget shows how long on average it takes a task to be completed after it's created.

  • Time range: select both the time range you want to look at and the frequency of the graph
  • Sample Time: for each point on the graph, choose how many days you want to include in the average
  • Status group counted as completion: choose between Closed or any Done status group to count as completion when calculating

Cycle Time (rolling average)

This graph shows how long on average it takes a task to be completed after it's started.

Cycle Time is measured in two ways:

  1. If you're using the Not Started ClickApp, we calculate the start from the moment it enters any status in the Active status group.
  2. If you're not using the Not Started ClickApp, we assume the first status in Active as "Not Started" and any other task in the Active status group will count as the start of cycle time.
  • Time range: select both the time range you want to look at and the frequency of the graph
  • Sample Time: for each point on the graph, choose how many days you want to include in the average
  • Status group counted as completion: choose between Closed or any Done status group to count as completion when calculating

How to Build a Sprint Widget

1. Select the Source

  • Sprints - If you are using the Sprints ClickApp to build your Sprints
  • Lists - If you manage sprints as lists of tasks
  • Custom fields - If you prefer a more flexible way of managing tasks across your entire Workspace use custom fields.

2. Set the Time Range 

  • Rolling - Set a rolling window of time. 
  • Fixed - Set a fixed date range. (not available for velocity)

3. Set the Workload Type

  • Time estimated - Base your sprint capacity on time estimated
  • Tasks - Base on total tasks
  • Custom fields - Create story points with custom fields to calculate however you like!

4. Add a Filter

  • Add additional filters to further adjust the scope of your widgets
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