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Configure and use reports to see statistics for people, projects, versions, or information about issues.
Use a burndown chart to track total work remaining and project the likelihood of achieving the sprint goal.
Use a burnup chart to identify problems such as scope creep and help you maintain your project's health.
Use a control chart to identify whether data from a current sprint can be used to determine future performance.
Compare different methods for calculating the rolling average and see how the issue-based calculation is better.
Use the cumulative flow diagram to see the various statuses of work items for an application, version, or sprint.
Use the epic burndown chart to see how quickly your team is working through an epic and more.
Use the epic report to understand the progress towards completing an epic, and to track remaining incomplete or unestimated work.
Use the release burndown report to see how quickly your team is working through the backlog, and more.
Use the velocity chart to predict the amount of work the team can get done in future sprints.
Use the version report to see the predicted release date based on a few factors.
Use the sprint report for mid-sprint progress checks and in sprint retrospective meetings.
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