OPEN TASKS CHART (CUMULATIVE FLOW)
Open Tasks chart shows the amount of unfinished work in your project and how that changes as your work progresses. When grouped by workflow state, it allows you to identify bottlenecks and to see where work is piling up. This chart is often referred to as Cumulative Flow diagram.
SEE HOW MANY TASKS ARE CURRENTLY OPEN
The top left overlay shows the number of tasks (or story points) in each workflow step right now. You can have all or a subset of your states included. You can also filter per tasks type to see e.g. the number of open bugs.
SEE THE TREND OF OPEN TASKS
The overlay on the right shows the open tasks trend. Your open tasks consists of tasks that are not started yet and the tasks that are currently in progress.
IS YOUR WORK FLOWING SMOOTHLY OR PILING UP?
Each coloured area of the chart represents the number of tasks (or story points) in a specific workflow state at a given moment. The horizontal axis indicates time, and the vertical axis indicates the number of tasks. You can identify bottlenecks by looking at the widening areas in the chart. Are tasks piling up in a specific workflow state or assignee?
SEE THE WEEKLY, MONTHLY, AND QUARTERLY BREAKDOWN
You can quickly see how much unfinished work there has been per week, month, or quarter. Is your backlog growing or shrinking?
You can further slice and dice to what types of tasks those were and who they were assigned to.
SLICE & DICE PER BOARD, LABEL, ASSIGNEE...
Use the quick menu to switch between different reports. Use the group by options to see the number of tasks completed per dimension such as label, source or assignee.
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