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Sprint / Release active working days.

I would like to define the active working days i.e. not weekends within a sprint.

Therefore a 2 week sprint will have 10 active working days rather than 14.

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RE: Sprint / Release active working days.

Hi Gavin,
I have just logged this as an enhancement request this morning via your colleague Peter. I can CC you in to the emails so you'll also receive updates on the request if you wish?
Thanks,
Aisling
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RE: Sprint / Release active working days.

Thanks Aisling, that would be helpful.

I would be interested to understand which release the enhancement is destined for and when it will be available.
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RE: Sprint / Release active working days.

I've added you as a contact on the case so you'll now receive all updates.

The request needs to go through the approval process before it is accepted and added to a release. As soon as I have more information about whether it has been accepted and if/when it is due to be released I'll be sure to pass it on through to you via email.

Thanks,
Aisling
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RE: Sprint / Release active working days.

Hi - as anything happened to this request? My PMs are complaining that the burndown (for example) contains weekends which we don't work. I assume the solution to the original poster's question would cover this. Thanks.
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