Zoho Sprints caters to your agile team’s need for a swift and efficient system to match their fast-paced work nature. It is equipped with a wide range of features and tools to achieve optimum performance.
Knowing how far or how near your team is to project completion is essential in staying within schedule. The Scrum Board provides visibility and transparency to everyone’s progress. All recent updates are reflected in the team Feeds.
All these details make sure you won’t overlook anything through sorting items into swim lanes according to estimation points,priority, and story. The Sprint Activity graph makes it possible to oversee any changes made including items that are added, closed, reopened, moved, and
Tasks can easily pile up on top of each other. If not monitored, tasks with high priority may be overlooked. Zoho Sprints lets you create sprints and backlogs for each project.
With its drag-and-drop feature, moving the hierarchy of tasks according to its importance and urgency is quick and hassle-free. There are also reminders and set durations to alert everyone in the team with any newly released sprint.
Keep an eye on your project through the Dashboard where you can see an overview of all vital metrics. This lets you distribute and assign work to your team members smoothly. This data lets you identify working patterns and plan future schedules and tasks.
All members of your team can log their billable and non-billable hours into the system. Through this, you can easily track and tabulate your team’s time logs.
The members can choose which item to work on and log the time they spent working on it. The global timer lets you start, stop, or pause the timer for certain items so you can view the day’s work breakdown.
Meanwhile, the scrum-master and product-owner can approve the time sheets with a single click. This helps to estimate how much time is needed for the next sprint and complete invoices efficiently.
The Velocity chart gives you the project delivery rate of your team and helps you estimate future sprints. Meanwhile, Burndown and Burnup charts show you your team’s pace towards reaching the project line.
The Cumulative Flow Diagram is essential for determining alterations in work progress and identifying bottlenecks. These data provides actionable insights to improve your team’s productivity and efficiency.
Managing meetings is made easier by doing a hassle-free search for upcoming and completed meetings. Reminders will be sent to each participating team member’s feed and email to ensure everyone will be present at the meeting. Since meetings are vital to agile teams, doing face-to-face appointments improves the team’s workmanship.