We’ve added some new functionalities to our dashboard that helps you to find out when and why your delivery gets stuck so that you can take action in a timely manner. We’ve added markers on the x-axis of your sprint burndown showing the changes in the scope during the sprint. Whenever a new work is added or removed during the sprint, you’ll see it in the burndown chart
Our mission is to help you to track the progress of your projects and what would be a better way to show progress than with progress bars! Now you have them. The first place we've introduced them is the task status report in the sprint view.
We're happy to let you know that we've introduced user access controls to our dashboards. Now you can limit the visibility of a dashboard to selected individuals. That's very handy if you have multiple teams and you don't want each of them to see each others data.
If you're using custom fields in Jira, Trello, or Asana, you can now have them surfaced in your Screenful dashboard. You can use them for assigning estimates for tasks, and for grouping and filtering data. That means that your custom fields are fully integrated to all the features in your dashboard and are available in all the reports you might want to have them included in. If you're not yet using custom fields, now is a good time to give them a try!
We've recently added several interactive data exploration features that allow you to point and click to things you seen in your dashboard to get more detailed information. You may have noticed some of these already but we know that many of our users haven't, so we thought it would be good to wrap them all up into a release.
Strictly speaking, Asana doesn't have built-in support for the Scrum process. However you can use its core features to represent Scrum artifacts like product and sprint backlogs, time estimates, and time-boxed sprints. With the Screenful Add-on for Asana, you can even get a nice burndown chart so it's easy to track the progress of your sprint.
We’ve always wanted to keep our product generic in a sense that it doesn’t dictate how your team works, or even what type of work you do. After all, the concept of tasks, boards, and workflow are quite universal and apply to many kinds of activities.
While many of our users use Screenful and Trello for tracking software development, there is no reason why you couldn't track any kind of of production work, such as deliveries of physical goods. Here’s how to do it.
When you create a Screenful dashboard, you get a nice set of charts pre-selected on your dashboard for Trello, JIRA, GitHub, or Pivotal Tracker. You can configure charts according to your preferences and you can further tweak your charts using filters. The pre-selected charts provide you a fairly complete picture of the status of a project, big or small, agile or not.
But you don't have to stop there. You might need a specific piece of information, which is not captured by the any of the default charts. Then it's time to dig deeper into your data by creating a custom chart.
We're on a mission to provide the best possible sprint burndown chart for Trello. Now we’ve done a complete rewrite of our sprint features based on the feedback we’ve received from you - our users. In addition to the sleek new design, there's a whole bunch of new functionality baked in.