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Tracking Time With Trello Using Scrum Application

Tracking time with Trello The story always goes like this. Once upon a time, everyone was excited. A team made with best performers from the company and a few more top guns from outside. Management fully aligned. The budget approved, with promises for more. This was the project to take us to the next level….

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How Does License Activation Work?

WordPress is a powerful semantic publishing platform, and it comes with a great set of features designed to make your experience as a publisher on the Internet as easy, pleasant and appealing as possible. We are proud to offer you a freely distributed, standards-compliant, fast, light and free content management system, with sensible default settings…

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Burndown Chart by Count

A Burndown Chart shows the amount of work remaining by the total number of workitem remaining on a specific day within a timebox. It quickly reveals, How much work your team has completed since start date of timebox (iteration/sprint)? Is your team progressing well towards your timebox goal (iteration/sprint)? How much work is still left to do…

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Burnup Chart by Count

A Burnup Chart shows the amount of work completed by the total number of workitem completed on a specific day within a timebox. It quickly reveals, How much work your team has been completed since the start date of timebox (iteration/sprint)? What was the Planned Scope of the timebox at the start of the timebox (iteration/sprint)?…

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Getting Started With Kanban

Quickscrum is a project management tool that helps your team to Collaborate Better, Achieve Goals faster and Improve Continuously via various processes like Kanban. In about 10 minutes, you will have a quick understanding of how you can manage your work on Kanban framework. Step 1 : Add a Project and Invite Team Members Step…

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Getting Started With Scrum

Quickscrum is a project management tool that helps your team to Collaborate Better, Achieve Goals faster and Improve Continuously via various processes like Scrum. In about 10 minutes, you will have a quick understanding of how you can manage your work on the Scrum framework. Step 1 : Add a Project and Invite Team Members…

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Delete Efforts

There can be times when you want delete effort which has been mistakenly added or is not needed. It can be done within Quickscrum by, 1. Clicking on the Delete option from the action menu of the Logged efforts on Timesheet. 2. Click on the OK button from the popup to delete the logged efforts.

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Delete Project

Some projects might are short-term and can be completed within a time frame. You might want to delete such projects. To delete a particular project from the project section, Click on Quickscrum logo which will lead you to Projects Page. 2. Click on Delete option from the action menu of the project. 3. Click on…

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Delete User

When a User leaves any a project and you might want to delete that user. It can be done by Delete a User, Click on Quickscrum logo which will lead you to Projects Page. 2. From here, click on the Project to view it. 3. Click on setting icon available on the right top corner. Setting icon is only…

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Sort Workitems

Quickscrum provides extremely friendly sorting feature within backlog. Workitems can be sorted by three orders, Ascending Order: Workitems are displayed in ascending order. Descending Order : Workitems are displayed in descending order. Default Order : By default newly created workitems are displayed on the top. To sort workitems by specific order, Click on the column header such as name,…

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Burndown Chart by Estimated Size

A Burndown Chart shows the amount of work remaining by the sum of estimated size for the number of workitem remaining on a specific day within a timebox. It quickly reveals, How much work your team has completed since start date of timebox (iteration/sprint)? Is your team progressing well towards your timebox goal (iteration/sprint)? How much work…

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Burnup Chart by Estimated Size

A Burnup Chart shows the amount of work completed by the sum of estimated size for the number of workitems completed on a specific day within a timebox. It quickly reveals, How much work your team has been completed since the start date of timebox (iteration/sprint)? What was the Planned Scope of the timebox at the start…

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One Product Owner means One Project

Every time I talk with Agile Coaches the song is the same, there is not good Product Owners. What does a good Product Owner mean? Well, it means that Product Owner works full time as Product Owner because most of the times they are Product Owners and Team Leaders for different projects that are following…

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Acceptance Criteria In Scrum

In Scrum, the product features are represented in the form of user stories or product backlog items, in the product backlog. The framework focuses upon delivering consistent product increments, and since user stories form the base of all developmental activities in Scrum, they should be properly stated and defined so the team can develop them…

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How To Manage Time And Organize Your Product Release

When a new product or a set of new product features providing some value to customers or end users is launched in the market, the launch activity is described as a product release. A product release helps to create a value stream for business owners. Its function is to bring in capital for the business…

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What do I receive when renewing my license?

WordPress is a powerful semantic publishing platform, and it comes with a great set of features designed to make your experience as a publisher on the Internet as easy, pleasant and appealing as possible. We are proud to offer you a freely distributed, standards-compliant, fast, light and free content management system, with sensible default settings…

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Why Projects Fail

Businesses always desire to expand their workings and create new profit-making revenue streams. Business goals…

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