The idea is that, after reading a user story, the team will understand the purpose of their work and what value is created by each activity performed.
A user story usually follows this structure:
With User Stories, GitScrum fosters the creation of tasks that match the user information provided in there.
Story points are related to the effort involved in carrying out a task. The GitScrum Agile project management tool offers this feature in order to allow deadlines to be accurately defined.
With Efforts, you may also engage your team, as they use non-technical language to provide context for the project.
Impress your client with the Business Plan. Replace the GitScrum logo with your own and use a custom domain or subdomain.
See Time Tracking by user, team, task and project so you know how to allocate resources for timely delivery.
Track task progression without creating additional subtasks or smashing multiple reports together for a clear view.
Invite your clients to your boards so they can view project status, collaborate and marvel at your progress in real-time.