How to find?
Open your favorite Dashboard or create a new one. Click on “Add gadget“. Search for “Burnup“ to find it
What it’s about?
Release burnup gadget outlines incremental value gained or efforts burned for your releases, namely
Cumulative - as a summary of all releases you picked up
and Individual - for each and every release selected
It is recommended to use the gadget to understand the progress through out the release, also measure impact of burn rate and possible scope creep to projected release date.
How it looks?
Move the mouse around the graph area to see details for specific dates.
What are the configuration options?
The gadget has the following configuration options:
Name - caption to outline
Projects - multi-select of projects that become a source of your versions / releases
Versions - a multi-select of versions / releases from the selected projects
Units - pick up the measure units. We support Story points, Hours and Issue Count. Story points for the value gained, Hours for efforts burned, Issue count is in the middle. All three supported cross Classic and Next-Gen type of projects for Jira Cloud.
JQL - further tailor your burn up by custom JQL to shortlist Jira issue you want to use as data source for the graph. The classical use cases are additional filtering by IssueType.
Draw from start date - starts the graph from release start date (or earliest start date of multiple release selected). Otherwise from first unit value change.
Show version summary - toggle to check if you also want to add a progress bar for your releases, both cumulative and individual
Auto refresh - automatically refresh the gadget