Agile Planner for Planning Sprints & Iterations
A simple wiki to document features, ideas, specifications, or anything else. Edit pages with a WYSIWYG editor or with Textile. Restore pages to previous states using page history and rollback.
Add files, Google Docs and Dropbox files with tags. All files uploaded to tickets, messages and wiki pages are searchable in the Files tool, and all attached Google Docs and Dropbox files are automatically "shared" with all team members
A simple form for team members to report on "what I did", "what I will do", and "needs and obstacles". StandUp reports eliminate the needs for conference calls, speed up daily scrum chats, and help team members focus on the most important tasks.
Create and organize tickets for managing development tasks, bug reports, issues, feature requests, and agile story and release planning. Includes three views - Ticket List, Cardwall, and Agile Planner.
Organize important events in your development timeline such as releases, sprints, and iterations. Milestones are required for the Tickets tool and will be installed automatically with the Ticket tool.
Communicate with team members while keeping a centralized record of all conversations. Post messages from inside Assembla or by email, reply to threads, attach files, and customize email notifications.
The Agile Planner is a simple yet powerful tool to plan and tackle development tasks and timelines. Use the Agile Planner in many different ways:
- Plan Iterations or Sprints: Many Assembla users sit down and plan as a group with the Agile Planner each week or each month. We have seen distributed teams do this with screen sharing tools.
- Roadmapping: Use it with a client or your team to plan and launch a project. Create user stories that capture what you want to achieve and then built task around these stories to accomplish project goals. Drag-and-drop these stories to create a roadmap for your project.
- Distributed Planning: Create a top-level story/feature, and then ask the developer to fill in more detailed “child” tasks needed to complete the story/feature. This can make the developer feel more confident, and it makes the work required more visible.
- Estimate Timelines: Update estimated time expenditures for each task, story, or feature with one click from the main Agile Planner view. This gives you an estimated timeline for each task, story/feature, and milestone and allows you to plan and adjust accordingly.
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We provide preconfigured projects for your convenience. However, you can add or remove tools from any project, and change the configuration