Create a sprint for a group Generate sprints for an assignment group. It allows different groups to use different sprint schedules. Before you beginRole required: scrum_sprint_planner, scrum_adminBefore attempting to create sprints, ensure that you have created an assignment group, a group backlog, and at least one group to work on the stories in that backlog. Procedure Navigate to Agile Development > Groups. Open the desired group from the list. In the Sprints related list, click New. Fill in the fields, as appropriate. Table 1. Sprint form Field Description Number A system generated number for the sprint. Assignment group The group to which the sprint belongs. Total commited points Displays the total points for all stories in the sprint.Story points are arbitrary measurements of the effort (not necessarily the time) required to complete a story, based on the estimates of group members. This is a read-only field, and the default number in this field is zero. As you add stories, the points are updated automatically from the story points. Completed points Displays the total points for all non-canceled stories associated with the sprint. This is a read-only field that updates automatically as group members complete stories. When the sprint is complete, the completed points should equal the Total committed points value. State The current state of the sprint. The default is Draft. Planned start date The date when sprint work is scheduled to begin. Planned end date The date when sprint work is scheduled to end. Sprints typically last 2 - 4 weeks and cannot occur outside the time limits of the release to which they are associated. Group capacity (points) Displays the total points for all group members in the sprint. This number is the measurement of the group capacity for this sprint. Click Submit. ResultThe new sprint is added to the Sprints related list on the Group record. What to do next Add stories to the sprint using Stories related list. Perform sprint planning by selecting and moving stories from the group backlog to the sprint. Use the following related lists and links on the sprint form to manage the sprint and track its progress: Table 2. Sprint form related links Field Description Related Lists Stories Lists the stories associated with the sprint. The stories you add create the sprint backlog.Click New to create a story. When you create a story from a sprint, it is automatically assigned to the sprint. Related Links Sprint Planning Opens the sprint planning board for this sprint and shows the related group backlog. You can move stories in or out of the sprint in the sprint planning board. You can also rank the stories in the sprint in the sequence they should be worked. Story Progress Board Opens the progress board for the stories in this sprint. Use the progress board to change the status of stories by dragging and dropping the story objects across the board. Edit stories directly by clicking the access icons on the story objects. Task Progress Board Opens the progress board for the scrum tasks in this sprint. Use the progress board to change the status of these tasks by dragging and dropping task objects across the board. Edit tasks directly by clicking the access icons on the task objects. Burndown Chart Displays a chart that compares ideal sprint progress with the actual progress of the assignment group for the sprint. The burndown chart helps the scrum master to make constant adjustments throughout the sprint to keep the group on track.