As a prerequisite you should have a basic understanding of Scrum in order to use this document. The template provides an easy way to manage small-to-medium projects. If you are new to Scrum, it's suggested to start . 1️⃣ Create Product Backlog Start by creating some stories for the . You can assign a sprint number if there is a rough planning when you plan to work on it. Assigning an estimated effort will be used for the . The Sprint code name and Story status are updated automatically. Create Product Backlog entry Now it's time to break down the story to specific tasks and assign them to the person that will work on. You can do this either below, or in the table, using the "New task" button.
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3️⃣ Update task status on the Task Board You can use the to update task status, or to assign to another resource. Just drag and drop! When a task is completed, click the Done button. This will update its status and the completion date. Based on its status, the story status is also updated. Give it a try in . You can create a new sprint here: ⚠️ Note: The Sprint number must be a number. You can add a description in the code name field. View the sprints at the table. To start a sprint, click on the Start button. This will fill the start date and set the sprint to 'Active'. You can modify the template to suit your needs better, eg. by adding new Statuses or Priorities. Go to section to find out more.
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