Jira Reporting and Dashboards (Team Virtual)
This course is for those who are new to Jira dashboards and reports.
You'll learn how to use Jira's out-of-the box reporting and dashboard capabilities to view and assess progress and bottlenecks within projects. In hands-on exercises, you'll create and configure a project dashboard and learn how to configure dashboard gadgets. You'll also learn how to read Jira Software reports, configure a wallboard, and create a multi-project dashboard. The course discusses dashboard best practices and pitfalls and how to ensure your reporting reflects the right metrics at the right time. This course should put you on the path to using one of Jira's core strengths: displaying project status visually on fully customizable dashboards.
Duration: 3.5 hours
- Identify and describe the purpose of the most commonly used reports in Jira and Jira Software
- Create a dashboard, populate it with gadgets and configure the gadgets
- Read and interpret Jira and Jira Software reports
- Create and use a wallboard
- Create a dashboard that tracks multiple projects
Agile project managers, scrum masters, technical managers, Jira system administrators, or anyone looking to learn more about Jira dashboards and reporting
Familiarity with Jira Software, Jira Query Language (JQL), and basic Jira functionality
- Overview of each of the major Jira and Jira software reports - the purpose of each, how to use, how to read and interpret the data
- How to create a dashboard and populate it with gadgets
- How to create a dashboard that tracks multiple projects
- How to configure gadgets so they display data as you need
- How to create and use a wallboard
What is Team Virtual format?
You can schedule a private class for your team of up to 12 at your convenience. Because it’s virtual and delivered over a WebEx session, your team can join from different locations, and there’s no travel required. All students get access to their own hosted lab environment during the class to perform guided exercises. They’ll have access to course materials prior to class so they can take notes during class, and they’re a great reference after the session.
Students use an individual virtual lab machine for hands-on exercises. This requires access to a fast broadband Internet connection with a capable computer.
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