I want to insert multiple 'markers' or thick black lines in the Backlog (with label), so i can visually seperate groups of Stories (typically between sprints)
Thanks for the feedback.
Themes are already visually separated by the grey total bars and the white space beneath each.
We are considering adding a collapse story feature, which may help with your "tucking away" idea.
Unfortunately it's quite difficult to see exactly what we could to address your problem, however we have scheduled in a design review of the entire interface so we will take on board your feedback.
Here's what I suggest: allow me to highlight part of the story with simple markup, such as:
"as a X I want a *graphical test runner* blah blah blah"
"as a Y I want an *html report* blah blah blah
In the UI, everything between the asterisks becomes bolded, and there's a tool that collapses all my stories so that all I see are the bolded parts, one per line. For example, a collapses view would like like:
theme: improve tools
graphical test runner
Also, assuming you collapsed a story, would you expect the backlog to remember which stories were collapsed when you return to the backlog, or would it be sufficient that these collapses are remembered only for the session you are in? The latter way is how theme collapsing currently works.
As an Admin
I want to assign users to a company
So I can view all users and see what company they are with
Can you be a bit more explicit about what you are expecting to see please, and what the problem is?
if you do the following steps:
- take any userstorie and assign it to an sprint of your choice
- filter the backlog for stories not assigned to a sprint
- go to sprint view and remove the storie from the sprint there
- go back to the filtered backlog view.
The userstory is not visible because the backlog doesnt refresh even if its changed through myself.
my suggestion is to give the user an button for refreshing the backlog.
Or maybe some message?
Sure u have F5 but you have to know that you have to refresh.
Maybe another solution, i just think that you have to rethink the current caching mechanism, its drawbacks from a user point of view.
I did not see an easy way to name sprints. This is the most fun part of agile!
- As a user I would like to give a sprint a name when creating and editing sprint settings
- As a user I would like to be able to see and quickly edit sprint names on the tabs
My teams do different themes like Lord of the Rings, Star Wars, and Movies. Usually you go in alphabetical order. First sprint = Avengers, Second Sprint = Batman Beyond, etc.
Customer support service by UserEcho