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You can monitor the progress of a team as they progress through a sprint to ensure that they’re on track using the Time tracking function. By tracking the team’s progress, you can then update the target end date set using the board estimation function as needed. Learn more about board estimations in Jira.
Time tracking information can then be funneled into one of several reports that are included with Jira, including a burndown or burnup chart. Learn more about reports in Jira.
Jira allows you to use different units of measurements to estimate tasks versus track work across boards. Teams in Jira Software commonly estimate issues in story points, then track progress on their board using hours. However, not all of these units are intended for both issue estimation and tracking.
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