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ScrumDo – Stacking up against the Competition

by Marc Hughes Recently, we were featured in a head-to-head review against some of the largest project management tool players around including JIRA and Active Collab. And we’re pleased to report that ScrumDo was deemed ideal for use in both Scrum and Kanban projects as well as being called out on a having four major…

Implement the MINIMUM WIP LIMIT

The Sprint planning meeting is one of the foundational ceremonies of Scrum practitioners. The meeting typically runs from 1-3 hour where team members come together, decide what work needs to be done, and commit to user stories they will work on for the next Sprint. The quantity and kind of work committed to is typically…

Projects, Epics, and More

These are the rest of the updates from the first quarter of 2016 and I hope you are enjoying the upgrades and features. Today’s post will include updates on projects, epics, and more. Keep the feedback coming. We are listening and delivering. Projects When creating a new project, you can now select an existing one…

Playing Our Cards Right

The stories of a project are written on cards. We have quite a number of updates on the “card” which is one of the essentials of the ScrumDo tool. Tagging a card is a great way to signal the whole team on a project. Commenting in the card is an easy way to communicate with…

Updates for Assignees

Here at ScrumDo we are always making improvements to our tool. Many of our users give us great feedback and we are listening and implementing some excellent ideas which is a great contributor to our cultivation of a kaizen culture. Today we want to show what’s new for you as an assignee in your ScrumDo…

Attachment notifications

Attaching a file to a card now generates a news item, email notification, and notifications in chat extras. Card Context Menus Right clicking on a card now opens a menu with options available for that card. This should make it a lot quicker to do some common tasks. Default Report Profile Report tool will now…

Board Editor Improvements

The release that went out this past weekend contained a couple small improvements to the board editor and report profiles features that will make a big impact for some people. Multi Select The first is the ability to multi select cells or headers in the board editor by holding down the shift key when you…

ScrumDo Keyboard Shortcuts

In the past, ScrumDo has been very mouse-centric with minimal support for good keyboard shortcuts. The release that went out this past weekend is the first step of many in changing that.   Now, on most ScrumDo app pages, you can press the “?” key to get a list of available shortcuts. Here’s what I…

Supporting GitHub pull requests in ScrumDo

ScrumDo now support GitHub pull requests. As a reminder, after configuring the integration, adding text like ‘Card #5’ or sd-5 to a commit message will tag that card (#5) with that commit. That same syntax now also works in the title, body, or comments of a pull request. We’ll also detect a reference in any…

How to ease reluctant teams into Scrum using Scrumban

How do I get my team to do Scrum? It’s a question that we hear a lot, and the following is one potential answer from an excerpt of The Scrumban [R]Evolution – Getting the Most Out of Agile, Scrum and Lean Kanban by Ajay Reddy, one of the co-founders of ScrumDo Although Scrum (and Agile…