Every project consists of a lot of focus, purpose-driven work, and a fast working pace. However, if there’s only one thing that conquers them all, it’s effective team communication and collaboration. And that’s what the Discussion feature is all about.
Over-communication is more of a bad thing than good. But what to do when there is so much distraction inside chat and conversation apps that end up nowhere, and you still want to find a way to communicate with your team and keep their projects monitorable, talking about topics that matter to get things done?
The solution is to move the essential discussions about each project inside the project management tool that help them focus on work. That’s what the discussions feature is all about.
Talk about topics that help your projects move forward with your team.
Start discussions with topics to know about what your team is currently doing.
Turn team conversations into actionable tasks and real-life results, moving your projects for completion and reach your goals more efficiently and more often.
You can create unlimited topics using discussions for your projects to comment about essential issues with your team.
Discussion works more like a project forum with topics for transparent conversation among team members. Use it with your team for discussions in the context of the projects.
We believe a clear communication among team members about project issues helps them make better decisions, follow the right processes and reach the expected result. That leads to better projects done in the long run.
Most of the time, Discussions are enabled to be used on the project board. If not, You can allow discussions on project settings of the board.
If you want to communicate with your team, the right place to discuss has a relevant impact on the project’s flow. Discussions are a must for your project workflow using the GitScrum Project management tool.
Yes, your information is safe by sharing the essential issues with your team on the project board because we use AWS Data centers such as the best security practices to keep what you share with your team using GitScrum just among you.