status reports

Impress your boss with the new status reports. Let us introduce the latest StoriesOnBoard release, with status reports, productivity features, and an improved JIRA integration and GitHub Issues. Which feature is your favorite? Leave us a comment below.

Track Your Project Via Status Reports

Get a quick overview of the current iteration with a single click. Save time on creating reports, get nice-looking charts directly from StoriesOnBoard. Status reports are synchronized and updated in real-time, you can impress your boss at any time.

How to use? Here are some suggestions:

  • check release progress at a glance
  • continue release planning by highlighting unestimated cards
  • start review process by selecting “ready” status on the chart
  • track velocity by using estimation unit chart
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Visualize by number of cards or by estimation unit
Narrow your report’s scope using the filter option
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Track unestimated cards at release planning

Invite Your Boss Or Contributors using the share button.  share

 

Improved Release Management

Keep your team focused by defining goals and deadlines for your releases.

Add goals and other specs to releases

Using markdown formatting you can create a good-looking card. Collect all release-related information here to declare understandable goals and mindset to your team.

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Release date

You can add start and release date to release details, use them for better scheduling. After setting up deadlines, StoriesOnBoard will mark releases, if a deadline is passed. release date   release date

 

Sync all the new release details with JIRA or GitHub

Release goals, release status and dates are synchronized with JIRA and GitHub.

To enable all new sync features you should reconnect your story map. Affected users will be notified via in-app message.

If you missed the message, read our article in HelpCenter about how to update existing sync here.

 

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