Sprint Lead time card (Legacy)

Use Sprint Lead time cards to see the amount of work done at each stage in your Sprints. See your task completion progress over time.

Custom Sprint Durations cannot be used with legacy Sprint Dashboard cards. If you need to use Custom Sprint Durations with Sprint reporting cards, switch to our new Sprint Velocity, Burnup, and Burndown cards.

What you'll need 

  • Sprint Cards are available on the Business Plan and above.
  • The Dashboards ClickApp is enabled in every new Workspace by default. A Workspace owner or admin can disable the ClickApp.
  • Guests can be invited to specific Dashboards with view-only permissions.

Create or edit a Sprint Lead time card

Sprint Lead time cards display how long on average it takes a task to be completed after it's created. The options chosen when creating the card determine the data reported and how it displays on your Sprint Lead time Chart.

To create a Lead time card:

Create a new or open an existing Dashboard.

  • From a Dashboard, click + Add card. From the Add card modal, select Sprints, then Lead time. Configure your card settings. 
  • From the upper-left corner of an existing Dashboard, enable Edit mode. Then hover over the upper-right corner of the Dashboard and click the Settings icon. From the Edit card modal, edit your card settings.

Configure or edit the following settings:

  • Name: You can name your card or rename it later. 
  • Location: Choose one or more locations. 
  • Time range: You can include data from the year, month, week, set a custom range of dates, or a rolling period between 1 and 365 days. Select a frequency by days, weeks, or months. 
  • Learn more about the Time range and rolling period settings.
  • Sample period: When Sample period is available on a card, it's used with Time range.  For example, you select a Time range of This week and by days and a sample period of Last 2 days. The chart will display all tasks created this week, by days. The data points will reflect the Lead time for all of the tasks as of today and yesterday.
  • Status group counted as completion: Choose whether you want the Closed or Done status to represent completion. 
  • Include subtasks: Include subtasks
  • Include archived: Include archived tasks.
  • Include closed: Include tasks with a closed status.
  • Include Tasks in Multiple Lists: Enabled by default. The Tasks in Multiple Lists ClickApp must be enabled and used in the chosen locations. 
  • Include Subtasks in Multiple Lists: Enabled by default. The Subtasks in Multiple Lists ClickApp must be enabled and used in the chosen locations. 
  • Click Add card to create or update the Cumulative Flow card. 
  • Filter: Read our article Use Dashboard card filters to learn more.

Lead time card options

Once your card is created, you can hover over it to reveal several options in the upper-right corner. Your Dashboard must be in Edit mode to see all options. Enable Edit mode in the upper-left corner of the Dashboard.

Options include:

Card setting Description

Refreshed

The time since the last refresh displays. Hover over the label to display the exact refresh date and time.

Refresh card

Refresh the card's data immediately.

View in full screen

View the card in full screen.
Filters Use card filters to filter the tasks shown on your card.
Settings Open to edit the card settings.
Ellipsis ... menu

Click to display the following options:

  • Duplicate: Create a duplicate chart on the same Dashboard.
  • Show legend: Show the data being plotted on the x-axis. 
  • Export: Export as a PDF, PNG, JPEG, SVG, or CSV file. 
  • Delete card

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