Title: Add the title of your user stories and other backlog items here and pay attention to stay on story level and avoid adding sub-tasks as it’ll mess up your sprint insights. (tl;dr: sub-tasks don’t come here).
Story point: You can select story points from the drop-down list.
Spent: You can add spent time.
Original: You can add the original estimate. Add the original estimates here for every backlog item your team worked on in a given sprint. Original estimates are the number of hours your team planned to work on an item before the sprint started.
Remaining: You can add remaining time.
Status: – Accepted item: Every item (planned or not planned) counts as accepted that the Product Owner decided to accept (at the demo event or any time during the sprint). – Not accepted item: Every item (planned or not planned) counts as not-accepted that went to demo regardless what the Product Owner decided at the end of the demo. – Started item: Any item (planned or not-planned) the team started to work on, but did not finish, gets the tag “started”. – Not-started item: Any item (planned or not planned) the team put in the Sprint Backlog, but did not start working on it counts as an item “not started”.
Planned/Not Planned: Items can be “planned” or “not-planned” . Every item your team could/did plan on at the beginning of the sprint, counts as “planned” and every other item someone threw in during the sprint counts as “not-planned”.
Type: User story-level backlog items fall into 4 types: they can be actual user stories, technical debts, tasks and bugs. Choose accordingly!