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After filtering the Backlog, is there an easy way to know what Rank # the filtered results are?
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on Dec 18, 2015
on Feb 10, 2016 by b262dd999c2c4195f1e4bb92a38ccef7
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I have a Backlog of 200+ stories, and after searching for an item, it would be great to know that it is, for example, #55 in the backlog. I realize an alternative would be to export the backlog and see the order.
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Feb 10, 2016 4:32 PM
I don't believe there is. I understand why you would want to and agree it would be useful if they can figure out a way to do it. But here is my understanding of why you can't see those numbers.
When you look at your backlog and see 1-55, these items are not actually numbered 1-55. This is a dynamic numbering based on your current view and which level of the project you are at. So if you go up to a parent level, or down to a child, you see a new set of numbers. On the back end there is another rank number (like 3482975648236578463856) and when you reorder stories that back end number gets changed to something inbetween the numbers of the stories it gets moved between. So once you resort and filter a view, there is no longer access to the dynamic number you want to still be able to see.
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