Getting Started

This Getting Started guide is designed to get you up and running as quickly as possible. More in-depth help is available in the main user documentation. Page specific help is available by clicking the "Help" button in the upper right corner of each page.

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This video shows how to create a Story. You will also see why “Done” is important and what “Done” looks like.

Epics are containers of work that hold Stories. Stories are “extracted” from Epics as work gets broken down into more manageable sizes of work.  Epics are given a Budget to allocate the Team’s capacity to complete work.

The Previous Sprints Feature provides valuable information on all past Sprints the Team completed. You can find information regarding the Team’s Swarm Factor, Sprint Goal, Capacity, and more.

This tutorial features how to create a Task to help Scrum Teams easily manage the work items.

We use Storyotypes to capture re-useful information common to many Stories. Storyotypes are used to capture common Standards of Care. Storyotypes are used as a checklist for repeatable work. For example, we know that at the end of every Sprint we are going to have a Team Retrospective. Though each Retrospective may have a different activity or focus, the overall … Read More

Hand Offs is a helpful Feature that allows you to move Stories to different boards in Get To Done. This video will walk you through how to Hand Off a Story and how Hand Offs can be used.

In this tutorial we walk through the different menu options available. We will discuss the Freezer, Grooming, Fridge, Planning,Back Burner, Working, and Front Burner views.  

 Estimated size is the team’s  estimate of the relative effort that it will take to complete a unit of work or Storyotype. We use sizing so that we can plan how much work to take on during a Sprint, this helps to manage the team’s capacity.  

Splitting Stories can be useful for your Scrum Team when you have recurring work or Stories are getting too large. This video will show you how to Split your Stories.

At the end of the Sprint the Team interrupts the continuous flow of work in order to allow for Feedback, Improvement, and Re-Planning. This tutorial will show you the Sprint Review process and how to close your Sprint and open a new one.