Join Bonnie Biafore for an in-depth discussion in this video Handling incomplete features, part of Agile Project Management with Microsoft Project.
- Sprints don't take extra time…if a feature isn't quite done.…When a feature isn't complete at the end of the sprint,…it doesn't get partial credit for its points.…Instead, the feature gets moved to the next sprint.…However, you might reduce the points to reflect the fact…that some portion of the work is already done.…In another movie, we saw that "Validate address"…didn't get finished in Sprint 1.1.…We're gonna move it to Sprint 1.2.…
Let's start by scrolling down so…we can see the features in Sprint 1.1.…To move "Validate address," I'm gonna click…its task ID cell, that's task ID 30.…On the task tab, click "Cut".…A message box shows up.…It says, "This item has progress reported on it.…"Do you still want to delete it?"…We're not really deleting it, we're just cutting it…from this location and pasting it somewhere else.…You can click "YES" without worrying.…
We wanna bring that task and put it in Sprint 1.2.…I'm gonna click the task ID cell…for the first feature that's currently in Sprint 1.2.…With that row selected, I can click…
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- Setting project options
- Defining working time
- Setting up custom fields and views
- Creating tasks
- Assigning features to sprints
- Assigning resources to tasks
- Tracking progress
- Generating a burndown report