Start v.4.19.1 – Another set of changes

Posted on 8, Oct 2016

Hey Start users! Thank you for your feedback you sent us this summer. We could only say that is the real motivation for us! As summer has ended already, we are back in the game. This time we published few minor changes. We work on new more complex staffs as well, but you know, it takes […]

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Start! 4.18.10 – usability improvements

Posted on 26, Aug 2016

Since 2007 we are used to slow down our development during the summer. Simply to stop sprinting and rather to fill-up our energy tank. That, however, doesn’t mean that nothing is created! This summer we concentrated on usability improvements which you, our users, proposed. Release backlog items Until now, in PLAN, it was only possible to […]

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Start! v.4.17.2 – business value and complexity charts

Posted on 29, Jun 2016

Tasks in burn down chart Experienced agile teams don’t estimate tasks and therefore they need just to track how tasks are solved. If this is your situation, choose TASKS in burn down chart legend and there you are. Cumulative Flow Chart for tasks Cumulative flow chart displayed backlog items so far. Tasks are however important in case […]

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Start! v4.16.3 – Use what you need and check if story is ready

Posted on 7, Jun 2016

Use what you need! Some of our clients are keen to use retrospectives, while they do not use Scrum because they prefer physical boards. Some other prefer simple backlog and not the story map. So now account administrator can activate selected modules which will makes theirs functionality available to all organization team members. To activate, or deactivate […]

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Start! v4.16.2 – workflow customization

Posted on 28, May 2016

How to deal with complex world of tasks In Agile there are multiple approaches how to deal with complexity of software development. Some companies prefer to break down user story into subtasks. Such companies are more focused on creative work where Scrum is very helpful. The type of subtasks is even predefined in some Definition of Done […]

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Start! 4.16.1 – Export! Exportishen!

Posted on 21, May 2016

Export backlog items Did you ever need to do deep analysis of your sprint, or product backlog for management and stakeholders? Didn’t Start! support such analysis? Showstopper? NOT ANYMORE! You can thanks to Rick. Just two steps…. Export currently displayed backlog items to CSV by click on Export menu item displayed at the top of views. take a breath, […]

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Start! v.4.15.2 – bulk edit

Posted on 13, May 2016

This week’s version of ScrumDesk Start! brings to you only few changes, but you will highly probably welcome. Bulk editing If you ever needed to change more attributes of the backlog item at once, now it is good time to start. Start just with selection of multiple cards either in STORY MAP or PLAN view and then change necessary attributes. Not […]

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Start! v3.15.1 – project changes, story map experience, company account

Posted on 10, May 2016

Auto-assignment Are your team members lazy to update the board? Are you poor scrum master who updates cards of team members? Start! auto-assigns task cards on drag and drop intentionally. However, there is still some however. However, some scrum masters who supports not-so-agile teams needed to update the board without auto-assigning theirs name. Now you […]

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Start! v3.14.2 – Performance, security, usability

Posted on 10, Apr 2016

ScrumDesk Start! v3.14.2 brings major changes we think you will like. Our aim for this version was to speedup the tool, increase security and usability. Changes are not so visible for the first sight as most of them were internal. Context menu For easier planning we have added context menu for backlog items with possibility to move, or […]

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Start! 3.14.1 – User stories map improvements

Posted on 2, Feb 2016

User Stories Map We are proud to say we finalized user story map. At least up to the level we think that usability and performance is perfect. But that doesn’t mean we do not want to improve it. We have couple of additional ideas as well, so be ready for planning possibilities, feature level  and others. What […]

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