Using Sprint Points

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Sprint Points help you manage your team's workload capacity by setting a points system using any number pattern. They also give you the ability to roll up points from subtasks and assign separate points to each assignee.

Tip: Use Sprint Points with the Sprints ClickApp or for resource management in Timeline view. This lets you track individual capacity for quick task delegation.

What you'll need

Enable the Sprint Points ClickApp

To enable Sprint Points for your Workspace:

  1. Click on the avatar in the lower-left corner.

  2. Select ClickApps.

  3. Search for Sprint Points and click the toggle to turn it on.

  4. Choose the Sprint Point values that you would like.

    • Tip: It's common to use linear values (1,2,4,8) or Fibonacci (1,2,3,5,8).

  5. Choose additional settings:

    • Rollup Spring Points: Display the combined total of points from both the parent task and any subtasks.

    • Points per Assignee: Enable to ability to assign different points to individual assignees when using the Multiple Assignees ClickApp.

      • Note: If using Multiple Assignees, the point total displayed for each task will be the sum of points assigned for each assignee.

  6. Enable the ClickApp for as many Spaces as you like.

Note: When you remove an assignee from a task, their points will automatically be removed. If you remove the last assignee, their points will be left on the task.

Set Sprint Points

Add Sprint Points to your tasks to indicate it's level of

To set Sprint Points:

  1. Open any task and locate the Sprint Points icon in the upper right.

  2. Click on the Sprint Points icon and choose a point value.

The Sprint Points icon seen within tasks.

Tip: You can also set Sprint Points by using the /pts Slash Command in the comment section of the task!

Use Sprint Points in Dashboards

You can use Dashboards to give you a central place to understand your team's capacity.

Simply select a widget, or customize your own, and set Sprint Points as the y-axis value in any of the following widgets:

  • Line chart

  • Bar chart

  • Pie chart

  • Battery chart

  • Calculation

  • Portfolio

  • Burnup

  • Burndown

  • Cumulative Flow

  • Velocity Chart

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