The Agile Wallboard gadget is a view of a board with a selected Quick Filter (or all issues when a team-managed project board is selected). So the equivalent would be to look at the board with the filter.
What is used to display a board as a wallboard gadget?
A wallboard is a device that allows you to display a Jira dashboard on a large screen. Some gadgets are uniquely suited to wallboards, such as the Agile Sprint Board gadget, Sprint Health gadget, Days Remaining gadget, and Pie Chart gadget. Try other gadgets to see which ones display your data well on a wallboard.
What is Sprint Health in Jira?
1: The Sprint Health gadget
The Sprint Health gadget summarizes the most important metrics in a sprint. I like to have this one in the upper-left so everyone can see who’s working on the sprint and get a quick sense for any trouble in the air. Select the agile board you want to pull data from for the Boardfield.
Who is reported in Jira?
A Reporter in JIRA is the one who reports or raise the issue. In most cases, the Reporter would be a Project manager.
What is a gadget in Jira?
Gadgets display summaries of team progress, reports, and other data from Jira projects and issues on a dashboard. You can customize gadgets to display project and issue details relevant to particular users.
Which gadget displays the results of a saved filter on your dashboard?
Filter Results for Jira
The Filter Results gadget allows you to select a saved filter and display the results directly on a dashboard.
How do I add gadget to sprint health?
Find the JIRA Agile Sprint Health gadget in the list of gadgets and click Add it now.
How do I use Jira wallboard?
The wallboard is a dashboard gadget that acts as an information radiator to provide instant visual insight into project progress and team accomplishments. To view a dashboard as a wallboard: Choose the Jira icon ( or ) > Dashboards. Choose your dashboard from the sidebar and click ••• > View as wallboard.
What JIRA is used for?
Jira is a software application used for issue tracking and project management. The tool, developed by the Australian software company Atlassian, has become widely used by agile development teams to track bugs, stories, epics, and other tasks.
What is a sprint?
Sprints are time-boxed periods of one week to one month, during which a product owner, scrum master, and scrum team work to complete a specific product addition. During a sprint, work is done to create new features based on the user stories and backlog. A new sprint starts immediately after the current sprint ends.