Author - Nishant Sharma

JIRA Burndown Report Introduction – Burndown Chart in JIRA

JIRA Burndown report shows the remaining and completed work in Sprint. Burndown charts are very helpful to keep track of team progress and predict the likelihood of work completed for the Sprint. Watch the video below to understand the Burndown report in detail. Don't forget to subscribe and share the video.

Searching issues in JIRA with JQL functions – JQL Function Search

JQL functions are utilized when doing an advanced search in JIRA. JQL function is a word followed by parentheses, which may contain one or more explicit values. A JQL function performs a calculation on either JIRA specific data or the content in parentheses so that only true results are returned...

Logging defects in JIRA – Create defect in Atlassian JIRA

Defects or Bugs are just another issue type in Atlassian JIRA like stories and tasks. "Defect" issue type is required in development project to capture any anomolies during the SDLC and then to rectify those in order to meet user expectation. Logging defects in JIRA is similar to creating any other...

Epic Burndown Report in JIRA – Monitor JIRA Epic Progress

The Epic Burndown report gives a clear picture of teams' progress against the total work in an Epic. An Epic in Agile development is a larger user story which can be further broken down into smaller user stories. Learn about the Epic Burndown report in JIRA Software. Watch the tutorial below...