- Story and theme menu actions are found under a single tools icon simplifying the interface and removing clutter.
- You can collapse themes now.
- The lines between the user story field have been removed
- [Edit] is now almost invisible and comes alive on roll over
Thanks for the feedback.
i wasnt sure if this is considered bug or a new feature so i say "its not a Bug its a feature" for you ;)
Let me explain:
i have configured the costs in my Backlog.
Now i have a theme with 2 storys.
1 story planned in a sprint and the other story isnt.
The first story has Storypoints and costs (which are correct)
The second Story has no Storypoints currently.
I get correct costs for that theme intially.
But if i start to filter for storys not planned in a sprint, i see the second story without SP and without costs. But the summary is still the costs for all storys and not for the filtered value.
The UseCase i want to achieve is that i want to know which storys are currently not planned and how much money do i still have to invest to get that things done.
Another UseCase might be to see the Story which are planned and the Money behind that.
I know u are working on the filtering, so maybe its a good time to rethink the money calculations.
Backlog ID is 4296 if u want to take a look. The Theme im Talking about is the first Theme (BKM).
In account setting I have chosen Poland/Polish as language settings
Sorry to hear that. Can you send me the backlog ID so I can investigate? The ID is in the URL at the top after /backlogs/[the ID]
In Edit account, supported language settings (locales) do not include "Swiss-French" (ch-fr):
As a user
I want to display estimates in the swiss francs (CHF) currency
so that I show them to my team and customers
a) A number should appear as "1'000 Fr." (note the space between the number and the currency string)
b) If for some case a decimal is required, the number would appear as "1'000.25 Fr."
c) International currency code "CHF" is also acceptable (instead of "Fr.")
Support for Swiss-French has now been added.
Please can you review and tell me if this meets your requirements?
I would really like to be able to edit stories and their acceptance criteria when in the sprint view mode.
When filtering out stories, I would like the theme to also disappear if all stories within that theme are hidden. This would give a much clearer view of what's left to work on.
Since it's not yet possible to prioritize stories independently from themes, we keep the themes small. The side effect is that we get a lot of themes and once all stories in the top themes are done, you still have an "empty shell" when you hide the complete stories.
Interesting idea, and certainly quite achievable technically, however I would have some concerns about some usability issue because there would be no easy way for a user to know that the them exists whilst working in a filtered view. Perhaps once we support viewing the backlog without grouping by theme, this would effectively solve this problem anyway? What do you think?
Hello! It would be great if there is a colourblind option for the colours (for example, each colour will also have unique pattern) as I am using colours to represent MoSCoW (prioritising Must, Should, Could and Won't) scheme and it is impossible for the colourblind member of the team to tell the difference.
In projects under agile, its important the project team have access to user stories to estimate the effort for each user story so PM/ scrum master can calculate team velocity and for that its necessary to break down user stories into tasks.
At work we used Rally, great tool for agile projects but I'm looking for an alternative tool that allow me to do something similar for my personal projects.
I would like to "clean" the product backlog" of stories that are completed and only display them when I want to see them.
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