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    Enhanced sprint planning and workload balancing based on flexible summation of estimates and logged work

    Enhanced sprint planning and workload balancing based on flexible summation of estimates and logged work

    Sum up estimates for issues and / or sub-tasks!

    Switch between an issue and assignee based list!

    Sum up by column on Sprint and Kanban boards!

    Agile Planning is integrated on JIRA Agile or Kanban boards. Different modes support summing up parent issues and / or subtasks in the way your team chooses. You can toggle through the modes directly on the popup.

    View original / remaining estimates and logged work aggregated by issues, assignees or status. Easily toggle between the aggregation modes on the popup.

    Keep an eye on sums of issues / sub-tasks during your Scrum or Kanban meetings. View original / remaining estimates and logged work aggregated by the columns of your Sprint or Kanban board.

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    While supporting many agile projects and scrum teams regarding methods and tools we very often encountered a critical demand for enhanced information on the JIRA Boards.

    Typically a development team needs to check the estimated workload for team members as well as stories (parent issues) basing on the work breakdown: original estimations, remaining estimations and logged work. But this is not easily done for two reasons: first of all JIRA does not completely show sums of sub tasks and secondly there is no comparison on this level.

    1. Enhanced in place solution for sprint or Kanban workload planning!

    2. Sum up estimates for issues and / or sub-tasks!

    3. Switch between different aggregation modes: grouped by issues (e.g. user stories), assignees, status and columns of boards!

    4. Detect deviations from original estimates easily!

    If you are interested in a solution that compares the above mentioned with resource planning (assignments) you should visit our AIM Resource Management Plugin.

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    by Marcel Kaufmann on 2017-04-24
    Very useful plugin for every team using the agile workflow in jira! Fast overview and matching to resources
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    by Robert Rudomski on 2017-04-20
    Thanks for this plugin. I already use your resource management plugin. It has helped to synchronize employee assignments with task scheduling and to have at a glance. thumbs up
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    by Josep PORCAR NADAL on 2016-11-10
    {quote}4. Detect deviations from original estimates easily! {quote} Difference column is miscalculated. Here is my scenario: View Mode: Both Aggregation mode: By Task Name: XX-218 Issues: 5 (1 task + 4 subtask) Orig. estimate: 1w (1w in parent task, no original estimate in any subtask) Rem. Estimate: 3d 5h (1d 3h logged work in parent task) Logged work: 3d 6h 30m (logged work in parent task + subtasks) Difference: 2d 3h 30m According to my “common sense” to detect deviations from original estimates difference should be: Orig. Estimate: 1w – Logged work: 3d 6h 30m = 1d 1h 30m And AIM plugin says 2d 3h 30m what is not helpful at all.
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    AIM - Agile IT Management

    Dear Mr. Porcar Nadal,

    thanks for testing and evaluating our plugin! We would like to address the issues you raised:

    The difference column is calculated according to this formula as described here:

    difference = original estimate - remaining estimate - logged work

    This value is aimed at the case in which deviations from original estimates can occur if in any issue or sub-task remaining estimate plus logged work is higher / lower than the original estimate.

    It indicates deviations in total expected work to be done in a sprint or an issue,€“ i.e. œDetect deviations [of current estimation] from original estimates easily!

    This is a quite common requirement addressed by our customers we wanted to address in the first place.

    The approach you describe compares logged work against original estimate which can be derived by direct comparison of the values.

    But still the following solutions could be provided in upcoming releases:

    • We will add a hint in the popup how the current difference is calculated.
    • Your use case could be reflected by a configurable second option or a second column for original estimate, logged work.

    There is a JIRA Service Desk available for feature requests and other support issues. We would be glad to refine this requirement in detail there.

    If this features give you more added value and increase your rating we would be more than happy to add them.

    Best regards,

    The AIM Team

    by Ben Richman on 2016-10-26
    Pro's: Good support, fast to respond (Had an issue where we had too many sprints and a patch was released quite quickly to rectify this) Negatives: No Summary field only ticket ref's (Hard to tell what tickets you're looking at) Cannot change order of tickets (Rank especially would be useful) Cannot change fields which appear within UI Drop down options on UI are unclear as to what they do In theory this would be a useful plugin but in all honest it would be better if it just put the rolled up estimates from the sub tasks+any estimate on the parent already onto the planning board card for that issue (The grey number on the right) rather than having its own UI to view the issues. This goes double when you cant change the fields you are viewing on the UI. Great support, poor plugin.
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    AIM - Agile IT Management

    Thank you for your valuable feedback.

    Related to the issues you mentioned, the following entries are currently in progress and available with our next release:

    • The summary field is shown in the list of issues.
    • Issues are sorted by the rank (the order will be similar to the JIRA boards)
    • Context sensitive help texts are shown on the popup to clarify the selected options (our documentation here might provide some support in the meantime)

    We would be very interested in getting more details about "Cannot change fields which appear within UI". Which other fields would you like to sum up? There is a JIRA Service Desk available for feature requests and other support issues. We would be glad to discuss this request in detail there.

    Best regards,

    The AIM Team

    Update: The improvements listed above are available now in version 1.0.7!


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    Version 1.0.8 JIRA Server 7.0.0 - 7.3.8 Released 2016-11-11


    Fix for duplicate entries in the issue list


    Fix for duplicate entries in the issue list: in some cases list entries in the aggregation mode "by issue" were duplicated.


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