Get better visibility to your Trello boards!
Screenful is an extension to Trello that helps you to stay on track with your projects. With this add-on, you can make Trello even better by getting visual dashboards and automated reports that you can share. Use with any of your devices, or set up as an auto-rotating slideshow on a big screen!
WHO'S WORKING ON WHAT?
See what others are working on and what has been resolved recently. Learn more
HOW IS YOUR SPRINT PROGRESSING?
Track your sprint progress with a burndown chart for Trello. Learn more
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How can I enable burndown chart for Trello?
Go to Settings ► Dashboard in the setup menu and enable Sprint Burndown screen. Then in the chart settings, select the Trello list that you want to use as a sprint backlog. Select the sprint end date from the dropdown menu and click Start Sprint.
Do you support work estimates in your burndown chart?
Yes. An estimate can be associated with a task by inserting a number in the parenthesis as a prefix to the task name.
How does the milestone burnup chart work?
The milestone burnup chart takes all the cards that are in lists that are mapped either to "open" or "in progress", and assumes that to be your backlog. Then it checks your team's velocity and calculates a forecast date when your backlog should be empty if no new tasks are added. Follow these steps to set up the milestone burnup chart, or learn more from the Milestone Burnup FAQ.
I have several milestones in my board, is it possible to track all of them at once?
For that you would need to create separate Screenful dashboards with slightly different workflow mapping so that each dashboard has the lists relevant for that specific milestone mapped.
How do you decide what to put in Next Up list in Current Tasks? Is there a way to specify priority in Trello?
A card's priority is determined by its location on a list. The card at the top of the list has the highest priority. The Next up list shows tasks in that order.
Trello Power-Up doesn't seem to work on my browser. What can I do?
Make sure you're using the Power-Up with a browser that is among the supported ones:
- Firefox 9+
- Chrome 16+
- Safari 5+
How do you decide when a card is "done"?
Card is done when it's moved to any of the lists that are mapped to "done" in the workflow mapping. You can freely select the Trello lists that represent "done" in your workflow.
What if I archive a card after it's moved to "done"?
Once a card is completed, i.e. moved to a list that is mapped to "done", its metadata is stored as a data point that is used e.g. for calculating cycle times. Archiving a card doesn't affect its metrics collected so far.
Is there a way to consolidate data from multiple Trello boards on one screenful dashboard?
Do you have suggestions for how I should construct my Trello board?
Yes, see the guide for creating your Trello workflow in our Getting Started Guide.
How do I view these screens in my mobile/tablet?
Input your dashboard URL into your phone browser, and once the page is loaded, save the page as a shortcut icon into your home screen so that the next time you can access it quickly by tapping the icon. In Android devices, you can do it by selecting "Add to home screen" from the menu.
How often data is updated on my screens?
All screens are updated once an hour. You can trigger update manually by clicking 'Update now' at Settings ► Integrations ► Trello
How do I set this up on a big screen?
Can I mix Screenful dashboards with content of my own when running in TV mode?
Can I embed some of these charts into my intranet?
You can embed any individual screen into an iFrame. Learn how to construct an embeddable URL from our online guide.
I can’t find an answer to my question
The Getting Started Guide contains Instructions for setting up your dashboard.
See also our Accounts & Pricing FAQ.
Check out our public roadmap or get in touch by emailing to firstname.lastname@example.org