Make better decisions based on facts
Say goodbye to manual project status update reports! We've created a set of charts and visualisations that allow you to set up your dashboard instantly. You can slice & dice, filter, and drill in to more details providing a 360° view on your data.
See what each team member is currently working on
Which tasks are currently in progress?
Who's working on what?
What has been recently completed?
Pick your own lists.
Track your lead and cycle times
What is your average lead time for resolving bug/ticket/story?
How quickly tasks are resolved after work is started?
Identify bottlenecks in your workflow
Track your sprint progress with a burndown chart
Are you ahead or behind the target?
How many tasks are still not started?
Is your team's velocity stable?
A better sprint burndown chart for your team.
Monitor the progress of your milestones
How much of work is done vs still todo?
How scope changes affect the projected delivery dates?
What is the most likely delivery date based on recent velocity?
See how long each workflow step takes
See average time per workflow state
Which steps are taking the most time?
Are some steps getting faster or slower?
Visualise your roadmap with the Epics screen
Which epics are in progress?
What is the completion percentage of an epic?
Are there blockers in any of the current epics?
Gain a bird's-eye view on your projects
Are there any overdue tasks?
Does everyone has enough work assigned?
How many tasks were created or completed within last 7 days?
Track your completed work
How much work did you get done?
How is your time distributed between different activities?
What is the trend - are you working more on activities that create value?
Track your work in progress with Cumulative Flow diagram
How many open tasks there are per label/workflow state/assignee?
How much work is assigned to each individual?
Is your work piling up?
Create custom charts
Create charts from your task data
Tasks or story points done, lead & cycle times, pick the metric you want to see
Group by label, assignee, source board, or by any other property.