The blocking items section shows how many, and what kind, of items, bugs, issues or risks, are blocking the progress of the iterations.
The Estimated Completion section shows the estimated time to completion in terms of number of days. It will tell you how many days you are going to be early or late, as well as if you are going to be on time or won’t be able to finish.
This Time Elapsed bar shows how many days an iteration has been in progress. This way, you can sort and focus on iterations closer to completion.
The Unplanned Stories column shows the number of stories that have been added after the start of the iteration. It also shows what part of the whole iteration they make up in terms of story points.
This Late Items column uses the burndown trend to estimate both the number of stories, bugs, issues and risks that could be late as well how much of the total work, based on the estimates, the late items make up.
It is also possible that you might be trending to finish your work early. If this is the case, the cell will show an estimate of how many "units" of work are available.
This column shows the daily activity of each team member for the past 7 working days. Each bar indicates the number of items (stories, tasks, bugs, issues, risks) moved into the "Done" state each day.
These columns display the number of items assigned to the user by state. TeamPulse will alert you if the items in a certain column exceed or are under the specific limit you have set.
Not Started - This number can show you if the team member is overloaded or has too few items assigned.
In Progress - See if the user is working on too many or too few things concurrently.
Done – Note the number of items completed for the iteration.
This section displays how many stories or tasks have been assigned to the user after the start of the iteration.
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