NP Score: -50
Based on 4 reviews
|January 16, 2011|
|Linux, Mac, Other, Windows|
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ScrumDo is a web app to manage your agile Scrum based projects. We give you the tools to create and track user stories in your project.
- Automatic burn-up charts.
- Drag & Drop iteration planning
- Export to Excel, edit your stories, and import your changes back in.
- A history tool to track where you've been
- A predictions tool for looking ahead
- Supports multiple scrum teams off a single backlog.
- Planning Poker Tool
Open Source software that you can run, or we host free accounts that work for most teams.
Some premium features such as Basecamp integration and file attachments are available with a subscription.
not bad; I wish it supported tasks better
Garry Flemings rated it a 5 on (June 15, 2012)
Our team includes people in two distant cities; we selected ScrumDo because we recognized its ability to give us a shared Scrum Board and to support other parts of Scrum. The burnup charts demonstrated important information about the project. The Product Backlog is easy enough to sort and maintain. The tool's support of Sprint Planning worked; it is easy to drag User Stories from the Product Backlog into the Sprint Backlog. The support of Planning Poker is effective. The tool supports adding Tasks to User Stories; it gives each Task a check box in which we recorded whether the Task was complete. So, there's lots good to say about the tool. I wish the tool tracked Tasks for the burndown charts it prepares for a Sprint; we only found capability to track User Stories. We had tasks every Sprint with many Tasks. As we checked off Tasks, we knew we were making progress, but our Sprint burndown chart didn't show the progress until all Tasks (and the User Story) were complete. This was an obstacle for showing interim progress. An obvious workaround is to teach the team to put our "Tasks" in the ScrumDo object labeled "User Story". We haven't done that yet. It would work. Honestly, maybe I'd rather use "high touch, low tech". Maybe I'd rather have physical Scrum Boards (as in, with index cards taped to them) in both cities. In this case, before we wanted a shared view of the Scrum Board, two team members (one in each city) would catch up on changes posted in the other city. We haven't done that yet, either. I'm not sure I'd consider this for a team with members at three sites. In sum: good enough tool, but it needs better support of Tasks.
Jess Luks rated it a 10 on (March 29, 2011)
Loved it! Met all of our needs.
Not entirely free - and the free part is lacking some key features
Chris Moore rated it a 4 on (March 28, 2011)
The description here isn't quite accurate. It's not entirely free, there are a variety of "plans." The "free plan" has limited functionality. You have to pay a fee to get all of the features.