Jira Interview Questions and Answers – Part 3

How would you share a query with another JIRA user?

  • Send the JIRA query in as text in an email
  • Create a dashboard with the query and share the dashboard
  • Share the query by clicking the “share query” button in the search pane.
  • Create a filter and share the filter (Ans)

What does it mean that the workflow scheme is active?

  • It is in use and you have limited posibilites for change (Ans)
  • The workflow scheme is used by more than one project
  • The workflow scheme is obsolete
  • It is in use but you can still make any change

What is not true about transitions?

  • Transitions cannot be bi-directional (Ans)
  • You can trigger webhooks with transitions
  • A transition is needed in order to change status
  • You can only several transitions pr step

Which is a valid JQL?

  • order by summary, project=ART
  • project=ART and or project=MISC
  • select * from project=ART
  • project=ART order by summary desc (Ans)

You should avoid using

  • Work board
  • Classic boards (Ans)
  • Report board
  • Plan board

Start by creating the following type of tickets in Jira to create your backlog (Hint: INVEST)

  • Epic
  • Task
  • Bug
  • Story (Ans)

Use this report to determine bottlenecks

  • Epic report
  • Cumulative flow diagram (Ans)
  • Burndown chart
  • Sprint report

The start-stop-continue approach is used during?

  • Sprint Review
  • Sprint Retrospective (Ans)
  • Daily Scrum
  • Requirement planning

What type of project should we create in Jira for the purpose of this training?

  • Agile Scrum (Ans)
  • Kanban
  • Jira classic
  • Gantt-chart project

The following is only a listener during the Daily Scrum because is involved and not committed?

  • Executive team (Ans)
  • Product Owner
  • Team Member
  • Scrum Master

You create sprints in

  • Release mode
  • Plan mode (Ans)
  • Work
  • Project Overview

The following is the old way of development where devs went into a room for months and came out with an application

  • Feature driven development
  • Scrum
  • Test driven development
  • Waterfall (Ans)

The following is an involved team member

  • Team Member
  • Scrum Master
  • Project Manager (Ans)
  • Product Owner

The key principle of scrum is

  • Start with what you do now
  • Plan all your work and schedule for the duration of the project
  • Recognize that requirements can change (Ans)
  • Deliver a new version to customers every 2 to 4 weeks

Where do you use primarily Report Mode?

  • Sprint Planning Meeting
  • Sprint Retrospective (Ans)
  • Daily Scrum
  • Sprint Review

You release a version in

  • Work mode (Ans)
  • Plan mode
  • Project Overview
  • Release mode

To grant a user permission to use JIRA you go to:

  • Application Access (Ans)
  • Roles
  • Groups
  • Permissions

A Role within JIRA is:

  • A point-in-time for a project. They help you schedule and organize your releases
  • Created within Permission Schemes, which are then assigned to specific projects
  • A way to manipulate the display and behavior of issue fields
  • A flexible way to associate users and/or groups with particular projects (Ans)

The first step to implement Kanban is:

  • Assign new roles to team members
  • Map out your current process
  • Not change anything (Ans)
  • Measure impact

In both Kanban and Scrum you make people:

  • Limit their work in progress
  • Meet on – daily basis
  • – core part of the process (Ans)
  • Assume new roles according to their contribution
Rajesh Kumar
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