Working With Views and Feeds → Using Backlog Views → Creating Backlog Feeds
Use backlog feeds to aggregate content for backlog views.
All backlog feeds are public and are available to all users to add to backlog views. Work items returned by backlog feeds are dependent on your user privileges, however.
To create a backlog feed:
Select to return items from any project within the feed's application context.
Select this option to return work items from selected projects. Search for projects by name, if necessary.
You can optionally select the Include sub-projects check box. This does not add sub-projects to the Selected projects list, but work items from sub-projects will be included in the results at runtime.
In the list of available projects, hover over a project, and then click the Plus sign to add a single project. To add a project and all of its sub-projects to the Selected projects list, hover over the parent project, and then click the check mark ().
Select to return items owned by any user.
Choose to return items owned by a specific set of groups () or users ().
Active//Inactive = Active
Team contains SBM UI Team
Returns work items that are Active AND the Sprint Team field contains the SBM UI Team.
Select this option to track completion rates based on ownership throughout the item's backlog life cycle. For example, Laura Engineer worked on an item in the backlog and then assigned it to Hans Tester for verification. The item is included in the completed tally for the My Work Items progress report for Hans and Laura once the item meets the completion criteria defined in the backlog feed.
Select this option to track completion rates based on current values in selected User fields. For example, you select a Technician field in the backlog feed. Laura Engineer is selected in that field for a work item, and when the item is completed, it is included in the completed tally for My Work Items for Laura, but not for other users who may have worked on the item, such as a user selected in the Tester field.
Select this option to calculate work item completion based on the Active/Inactive field value. This field is used to determine inactive states. Work items in inactive states are calculated as complete when this option is selected.
Select this option to create your own criteria for completed work items.
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