Projects

Projects and the Velocity Bar Chart

The Velocity Bar Chart is a visual representation of Stories or Story Points completed across several iterations and also surfaces trends in how your team has performed over the last 12 weeks and highlights the average amount of Stories or Story Points over that time period.

Using Velocity Charts can help agile teams understand patterns and set targets for future work.

Each individual Project page has a Velocity Bar Chart that visualizes Stories or Story Points completed across iterations within that Project. It also calculates the average number of Stories completed across all iterations within the Project over a 12 week period. 

The start date and length of your Organization's iterations can be defined in your Clubhouse Settings > Report Settings

Clubhouse Project Velocity Chart

The Project Velocity Chart is located in the Reports tab on each individual Project page. 

Using the Velocity Chart with Story Count

For organizations using Story Count for their reporting, each bar of the Velocity Chart is color coded to represent the number of Feature Stories (green), Bug Stories (red), and Chore Stories (blue) completed within a given iteration. Hovering your mouse over a single bar will produce a pop up with a quantitative breakdown of the Story types, as well as the total number of Stories completed within the iteration. 

A horizontal bar will cut across the chart and highlight your current average velocity in Story count. 

Using the Velocity Chart with Story Points

For organizations using Story Points for their reporting, each bar of the Velocity Chart is color coded to represent the types of Stories completed and the height represents the amount of completed points associated with them. completed within a given iteration. Hovering your mouse over a single bar will produce a pop up with a quantitative breakdown of the Story types, as well as the total number of Story Points completed within the iteration.

A horizontal bar will cut across the chart and highlight your current average velocity in Story Points. 

Related: Editing the Estimate Scale 

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