SCRUM boards show the PBIs with their tasks that have been added to the sprint to achieve the incremental value of the product in that time frame. It is an information hub that allows the team to track the status of the tasks in real time. The SCRUM board has rows and columns where PBI tasks advance until they reach the status defined as DONE or completed. The development team must be able to access them from anywhere, as it is an important pillar within teams that work following the SCRUM methodology.
The SCRUM board is the information center of the projects or product development executed with the SCRUM methodology. It consists of several rows and columns where the tasks to be developed in that sprint are shown, where the columns correspond to the status of the task and the rows to the PBIs.
They are a definition of the PBIs to be developed during the sprint to create a feature of the final product. They will include the tasks required to achieve that goal as well as the assigned members, the time estimate and their status.
Indicate the status of each PBI’s tasks. For simple project management, it is recommended to work with the three basic statuses: TO-DO, DOING, DONE, but as projects or developments become more complex, as many statuses as necessary can be added, as long as the whole team has been informed.
Information on tasks
In DoneTonic’s SCRUM boards, you can track all the important information of each task without having to enter it. At a glance you can see the delivery date, who it is assigned to, the associated tag and its importance. When you enter it, you can see the description, the attached files and you can indicate the time allocated to perform any action on it.
In SCRUM boards it is possible to quickly see all the information about the sprint. It is important to know the sprint end date, the number of total and closed tasks in the sprint, and the number of PBIs and the hours completed. DoneTonic’s SCRUM board also allows the mobility of PBIs to another active sprint.
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