Turing Project with improved user experience makes project management life easier
Kanban board for software development team. A popular example of a Kanban board for agile or lean software development consists of: Backlog, Ready, Coding, Testing, Approval, and Done columns. It is also a common practice to name columns in a different way, for example: Next, In Development, Done, Customer Acceptance, Live.
Wide selection of attribute templates by default with flexible self-added custom fields and tags function for users
Create unlimited tags and select any colours for your task and subtask
Add unlimited swimlanes to your kanban board and visualize your project progress at sub-task level
Universal search query through your entire project to have insight of every element in your project
Grab any task in kanban board and drag it to any swimlane it is belonged to.
Each task can have infinite subtasks with automatic assigned number order for you to easy keep track of.
Epic is a hodler of improvement activities, it can be a big user story that can be analyzed and packaged into smaller chunks. Epic permits you to keep track of huge uncharacterized activities in backlog without overwhelming your backlog with different things.
Read more about how to write epic user stories: https://blog.craft.io/2017/04/23/writing-epic-user-stories/
Administer your project epics with project, sprint, project member assigned, task status and progress view options. Easy to keep track sophisticated feature progress.
Create a relationship between epic and user stories with either new user stories or existing user stories from within project or different projects
Add tag and colours to epic and related user stories to categorize them
Project members can subscribe to epic and user stories and/or add other project members to follow.
Real time collaboration between project members, comments with markdown editor.
All of epics and user stories' related documents and notes can be attached to them beside detail descriptions.
Burndown chart visually displays works have been done and what remains. The outstanding work (or backlog) is often on the vertical axis, with time along the horizontal. That is, it is a run chart of outstanding work. It is useful for predicting when all of the work will be completed. It is often used in agile software development methodologies such as Scrum. However, burn down charts can be applied to any project containing measurable progress over time.
Setup the points and sprints through Admin, you can follow the evolution of project.
Flexibly drop and drag user stories in backlog to dynamically create new sprint board with start and due dates.
Sprint backlog is updated when project new information is updated.
User stories are managed by Status swimlanes from Kanban board, associated tags, project member assignees and authors and associated epics.
Estimated work remaining workload in sprints is calculated and graphed in graphic burndown chart.
A display of optimal pending point per project member role with total points, completed points, open tasks and closed tasks.
With various filters as issue type, severity, priorities, status, assigned to and created by, issue tracking function is helpful for teams to manage and keep track of issues in project.
Create multiple issues simultaneously with default attribute template.
Project members can subscribe to issues and/or add other project members to follow.
Input detail issue description and real time discussion between project members regarding issues.
Attach screenshots and documentations related to issues.
Filter issues based on issues type, severity, priorities, stats, assignees and authors.
Create a new user story based on specific issue by promoting issue and then assign tasks to newly created user story.
Minimalist dashboard gives an overview of working on and watching stories, tasks and issues.
Project admins can manage project, project members, roles and permissions and integrations with a few clicks. Add or remove project attributes is flexible from task, user stories, epic status, points, priority, issues severities to types and custom fields and unlimited tags for project.