Collapse Product Backlog Items marked as Completed.
It is confusing to my team that when a Product Backlog Item is marked as Done and all associated tasks are marked as done that the story remains on the board in its default state.
My assumption is that it would show up collapsed and either move to the bottom of the list or change colors to "gray out".
when a user is on the product backlog the user can filter items that are in progress away. giving more focus to items that need to be done.
when you are on the sprintbacklog it would be nice so see only the items that aren't finished yet. during a stand up its nice topic to talk about
On the task board, completed PBIs (Scrum) or User Stories (Agile) will be collapsed.
It is available on VSO today, and will be part of TFS 2015.
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William Hulse commented
This would be a great feature to have and help with backlog conversations with customer as well.
Bryant Byrd commented
This would be great. Even better, the stories/PBIs that are done could drop to the bottom of the board so the most important unfinished items float to the top.
Emma Walshaw commented
Would be useful, then the completed work items with their associated tasks don't clutter up the board when you are trying to glance and see what tasks remain.
Guy LaRochelle commented
Since we are using the online version of TFS Web Access, I don't think we can use our own extensions to allow this like the folks below. Correct me if I'm wrong...
So please, this is a MUST have! In fact, all the ideas of the task board enhancer (as posted by Theodor below) would be VERY appreciated since our team is working with a dedicated two-monitors board.
Scott Wollschleger commented
I am ok with any of the ideas here or just simply add the "State" label to the User Story(PBI) on the left hand side.
Theodor Kleynhans commented
Radko Jiroušek commented
For those, who don't want to wait - I am using this:
$('[axis="taskboard-table_s0"]:empty + [axis="taskboard-table_s1"]:empty + [axis="taskboard-table_s2"]:has(div)').parent(".taskboard-row").hide().next().show()
Bill Young commented
Brad Ellis commented
Austin Bergstrom commented
Do this, it would be amazing!