The Sprint Scope Graph shows the User Stories added or removed during the Sprint life cycle, this graph gives a full view of scope change during the course of Sprint.

In this article, we will discuss following things:

1. How to Access Sprint Scope Graph

In order to access Sprint Scope Graph, follow the navigation below:

Log in to Yodiz, go to Grid Icon > User Dashboard

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Add New Widget > Sprints > Sprint Scope

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You will be asked to fill the details in order to formulate the Sprint Scope graph.

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  • Title: Provide Title of the graph.
  • Project: Select the project you want graph for.
  • Sprint: Select the sprint you want graph for.
  • Start Date: The date you would like the report to start. By default it’s the start date of Sprint.
  • End Date: The date you would like the report to end. By default it’s the end date of Sprint.
  • Graph Size: Choose size of the graph.
  • Show Table (optional): Checking this box will also provide you following details in tabular view:
    • User Story ID and Title
    • Action: User Story added or removed
    • Action Date: The date on which action is performed.
    • Point Scale: Total number of points associated to a particular User Story.

Click on “Save Widget”. Following graph will appear.

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2. How this graph can help you

  • It helps you to understand why the Sprint gets delayed
  • Adding new item during the Sprint requires more effort from the team
  • Amount of User Stories added or removed after the Sprint has started
  • When a new User Story has been added, day-by-day view of work added or removed from the Sprint.
  • Helps to identify the Sprint planning accuracy
Tip: You can add the “Sprint Scope Graph” to your dashboard multiple times, if you wish to track multiple projects.