Posted on 23, May 2011
All stories in ScrumDesk are stored with relation to particular project.
Project keeps not just stories, but team details, retrospective ideas, impediments, absences and attachments.
Project details are available by click on Project menu item.
User can enter project’s details and to configure project variables, ScrumDesk options and to integrate project with 3rd party systems.
|Project||The name of the project. It is displayed in a project list in Choose project dialog|
|Started||The date when the project has been created|
|Private||Private project are available only to team members specified in Teams Manager page.
Public projects are available to all users able to connect to database.
|Description||The description of the project.|
|Icon||Click button to assign an icon to project. The icon is displayed in Choose project dialog|
|Default sprint length||Every new sprint will be created with this default duration. The duration of the sprint can be changed later.
The duration is the number of working days for the iteration.
|Homepage||URL to access project web homepage that many systems provide (wiki, Microsoft SharePoint, etc.) Homepage is available to all team members by click on Homepage menu item.|
|Bugtrack||URL to access project web based bug tracking system (Mantis, Jira, Bugzilla, etc.) Bugtracking system is available to all team members by click on BugTrack menu item|
Project is typically described by many documents or pictures. ScrumDesk allows user to keep this documentation shared to team via Attachments section.
Attachment can be opened by double-click on the item.
ScrumDesk supports to keep and share links to files or to upload files into database. This allows to access documents in distributed teams as well even they are geographically distributed.