GitLab supercharged - Introducing GitLab dashboard 🚀
Jun 5, 2019
Supercharge your GitLab workflow
When you create a Screenful dashboard for your GitLab project, you'll get a set of dashboard screens providing you a full visibility to your workflow:
Track milestones with burnup charts
See how much work is done vs left in a specific milestone
Get data driven forecast for a completion of a project
See best and worst case scenarios based on historical velocity
Communicate the status of your team to everyone around
Who's working on what right now?
What has been recently completed?
Which tasks are due?
How quickly issues are resolved after work is started?
What is the average cycle time per workflow state or per issue type?
How is time distributed between different activities?
Never miss a deadline again because of lack of timely information or because of not reacting quickly enough to prevent problems. Base your decisions on real data instead of guesswork.
Set up a dashboard in less than a minute
Creating a dashboard for your GitLab project is super easy. After you've signed up, you'll be asked to authorise Screenful to access data from GitLab API. Once done, you'll be able to pick a GitLab group or project that you want to create a dashboard for.
Once you’ve selected a board, you'll be asked to map the columns in your board to Not started, In progress, and Done. This enables us to show metrics that reflect your specific way of working.
That's it! You're now ready to log in to your dashboard. While there's a lot of things you can configure and customise, you'll get a nice dashboard showing your key metrics out-of-the-box. In less than a minute. That's how it should work, right?
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We hope you enjoy this release as much as we do! Please do not hesitate to contact us any time at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have questions or feedback.