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    Make requirements, applicable at the current stage of project. Each requirement is with a pass or fail result

    Make requirements, applicable at the current stage of project. Each requirement is with a pass or fail result

    Issue Detail View

    Backlog Issue Detail View

    Definition of Done and Project Centric View

    Easy one click creating Acceptance Criteria and Definition of Done on Issue detail view.

    Simple validation Acceptance Criteria and Definition of Done with check box.

    Set definition of done for release.

    Overview issues in versions with Acceptance Criteria.

    More details

    Acceptance Criteria

    • Apply acceptance criteria on issues

    Definition of Done

    • Apply definition of done on issues

    Definition of Done on Release

    • Go to project and select Acceptance Criteria tab from the project sidebar. Expand the Versions tab. Click on the version that you need and define Definition of Done for that version.

    Project Centric View

    • Sample overview for issues in versions with acceptance criteria
    • Expand issue to see related acceptance criteria

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    by Freddie Joyce on 2017-05-12
    It would be great if you could support multi-line acceptance criteria (for those of us who write: "As an X When I do Y Then I expect Z") Also, it would be great to be able to configure which projects this addon is displayed on; we have support and development projects on the same instance and this addon is useless clutter on the support projects.
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    by pinky wang on 2017-04-19
    Does any update for AC or Dod sent any notification via Email please? or how to configure it?
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    by Johann Moro on 2017-04-04
    It's OK but there are limitations that means we can't really use this. 1- Each Acceptance criteria is only displayed in one line and cannot have formatting (bold, etc...) As a result this can only be used for the simplest level of AC and not Business Driven AC that may require a bit more than just "this works". This is the blocker for me. While I like the ability to tick off acceptance criteria that pass, I don't want to remove the ability to make the AC easy to read. 2- Acceptance Criteria apply to stories (as expected) and they are summarized at the level of the Version. I don't see a lot of value in having a view of the acceptance criteria that pass or fail for all stories at the level of the version since a story won't be closed unless all AC pass but that's fine. What is not though is that the Definition of Done is also defined at the level of the Version. For those who asked, it took me a while to find as well but to set the Definition of Done, you need to go to the Acceptance Criteria tab (the one that is shown in the left sidebar) and expand the Versions tab. This will allow you to define a Definition of Done for that version. So it's OK to define a Definition of Done for the Version but unless I missed something it does not help for the Definition of Done for the story. You can only tick items in the DoD once for the whole version. There is no way to apply a DoD at the level of the story. Based on the limitations above I would actually find this plugin more useful if you could rename "Acceptance Criteria" to anything you wanted to as I like the ability to have a "To Do"-type list in the stories that you can tick off, just not for Acceptance Criteria unless multi-line, rich format is available.
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    Greenyloop

    Hi Johann,

    Thanks for your review. It was really useful feedback!

    by Jose Duran on 2017-03-14
    It looks good. easy install, easy to see and check for every story or for all of them, but I can not find or add Definition of Done. anyone can help?
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    Greenyloop

    Hello Jose,

    You can go to project and select Acceptance Criteria tab from the project sidebar. Expand the Versions tab. Click on the version that you need and define Definition of Done for that version.

    by DAVE CASTONGUAY on 2017-01-31
    Looks goods but for the life of me, i cannot find where to put the DOD.
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    Greenyloop

    Hi Dave,

    You can go to project and select Acceptance Criteria tab from the project sidebar. Expand the Versions tab. Click on the version that you need and define Definition of Done for that version.

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    Versions

    Version 2.2.0 JIRA Server 7.2.0 - 7.3.6 Released 2017-04-16

    Summary

    Definition of Done on issue

    Details

    Now you can create Definition of Done on each issue.

    Bug fixes.

    Installation

    1. Log into your JIRA instance as an admin.
    2. Click the admin dropdown and choose Add-ons. The Manage add-ons screen loads.
    3. Click Find new add-ons from the left-hand side of the page.
    4. Locate Acceptance Criteria - Definition of Done via search. Results include add-on versions compatible with your JIRA instance.
    5. Click Install to download and install your add-on.
    6. You're all set! Click Close in the Installed and ready to go dialog.

    To find older Acceptance Criteria - Definition of Done versions compatible with your instance, you can look through our version history page.

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