Run Sprints with your software team
Features & integrations used:
Create a sprint backlog
Monitor task completion
Helps the whole team see all of the tasks daily
Automate weekly progress tracking
Database of past iterations
Quickly summarize release notes
🤼 TEAMS HELPED
In the workflow library, create a simple Scrum workflow.
A Scrum Board is a tool that helps Teams make Sprint Backlog items visible. The board is updated by the Team and shows all items that need to be completed for the current Sprint. The board can be divided up into four categories: Backlog, In Progress, QA and Done (although this is customizable according to needs).
During Sprint Planning, each User Story in the Sprint Backlog is written as a task with priorities assigned and during the sprint, Team Members decide which items they would like to complete and move it to the In Progress column.
A common rule when managing workload is to conduct a weekly sprint and assign tasks with a timeline of 1 week ensuring maximum focus & efficiency in completing each task before moving on to the next.
Connect Kanban workflow to a general Group with your entire team, or a Group where it is
There are 2 ways to set up these Software Development sprints:
A combined sprint for all products in the company – this works well for smaller organizations with high transparency & engineers could be exchangeable between different products.
A Separate Sprint for each product – Better for bigger organizations with completely different teams for every product.
No matter which setup you choose, you can create an additional layer of control by separating between admins (super users that can view all tasks) and members (can only view their own tasks).
Get notified whenever an activity occurs i.e. new Features/Bugs, new assignees, new attachments, task completions, etc. Give reactions, start conversation threads & use the latest information to fuel discussions.
Automatically convert tasks which arise during conversation into a task in the scrum board by using our “convert to card” feature.
Click view details to learn more about a task or click View Workflow to get a bird’s eye view of what everyone is doing.