About the courseThis course will give you detailed and complete knowledge on how to use Jira for project management and issue tracking in an Agile team. As A Business Analyst, you will be using Jira to write user stories and requirements and track software development and testing process through the product life-cycle.
Knowlege of Agile Principles is preferable to attend this course.
What are the requirements?
After Completing the course, you will know:
What am I going to get from this course?
- basic concepts of JIRA, it features and benefits;
- types of projects you can manage in Jira;
- how to configure Scrum board;
- create Sprints, user stories, tasks, and subtasks;
- how to use the marketplace to install add-ons;
- use reports and track progress;
- use standard workflows, and modify them for your company needs.
What is the target audience?
- Jira is the most popular tool for Agile teams.
- This course is designed for: Business Analysts, IT professionals, Developers, Testers, Project Managers, Any graduate
Module 1: Introduction to Jira
- 1.1 What is JIRA
- 1.2 Basic Concepts of JIRA
- 1.3 Jira cloud
- 1.4 Inviting team-members to your project
- 1.5 JIRA project modules
Module 2: Agile process
- 2.1 Agile project management
- 2.2 Agile Project Modules
- 2.3 Agile Project creation
- 2.4 Understanding backlogs
- 2.5 Project board Understanding Sprint
- 2.6 Constraints and conditions on sprint
- 2.7 Task status
Module 3: Adding new issue
- 3.1 Adding issue to a sprint
- 3.2 Types of issues
- 3.3 Sub-tasks in issues
- 3.4 Weight
- 3.5 time estimation of an issue
- 3.6 Assigning issues to assignees
- 3.7 Moving issues through workflow
Module 4: Reports in JIRA
- 4.1 Burndown chart
- 4.2 Velocity chart
- 4.3 Sprint report
- 4.4 Version Report
- 4.5 Epic Chart
- 4.6 Release burndown chart
- 4.7 Comparison and which one to use?
Module 5: Versions and Epics
- 5.1 How to create a version
- 5.2 How to include sprint to a version
- 5.3 How to create Epic
- 5.4 Adding epics to versions
Module 6: Understanding components
- 6.1 Filters in JIRA
- 6.2 Searching and sorting of issues
- 6.3 Understanding JQL
- 6.4 Working with JQL
- 6.5 Saving a filter for future
- 6.6 usage
Module 7: Test management in JIRA
- 7.1 Zephyr for test management
- 7.2 Manage Add-ons
- 7.3 Adding new issue for test cases to project scheme
- 7.4 Creating a new test case
- 7.5 Providing test steps
- 7.6 Assign test case to one tester
- 7.7 Running a test case
Module 8: Working with Workflows
- 8.1 Statuses and transactions
- 8.2 Active and inactive workflows
- 8.3 Workflow designer
- 8.4 Creating new workflow
- 8.5 Clone an existing workflow
- 8.6 Edit projects workflow
- 8.7 Setting resolution field
- 8.8 Renaming workflow transitions button
Module 9: JIRA Administration
- 9.1 Project settings
- 9.2 Working with Dashboards
- 9.3 More about add-ons
- 9.4 Notifications
- 9.5 Adding shortcuts
- 9.6 Working with Screens
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