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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.
This video demonstrates how to “New” a Scrum Board so that you can do work. Watch Next: Team Stream – Get To Done
This tutorial features how to create a Task to help Scrum Teams easily manage the work items.
This video demonstrates the Team Stream feature that helps Team Members see Stories, Tasks and Checklist Items that have been recently completed. Watch Next: New a Board – Get To Done
Release Date: 2/28/2017 v1.016.046 Budgeting Scrum Effort In the spirit of the new year, Get To Done brings a new release focused on budgeting scrum effort for improved agility. Now it easier than ever to budget your Epics and your entire Fridge. In addition, a few requested enhancements to the Epic Working View have been added. We still have more Epic enhancements in … Read More
Release Date: 12/30/2016 v1.016.044 Story Notifications Today we have the most requested features for the Get To Done system: story notifications. If you haven’t already seen it, there is now a notification icon in the header bar. The notification icon shows the number of unread notifications from Story nudges sent to you, as well as a separate indication for any … Read More
The theme of this release is easier use of re-useful criteria in our work. Re-useful criteria becomes an essential pattern that builds consistency and helps us do quality work. “Checklist To Task” enables the professionals to make visible and use a Standard of Care.
My Views of Scrum Work & Accounting for Points is the latest release. We have combined two releases together which is a bit unusual for us since we like to space out enhancements into two releases.
‘Search and My Front Burner’. Both of these additions are designed to make it easier to navigate the GTD and find what you are looking for. Search allows you to find your backlog items of interest by text, storyotype, or tag query for your agile or scrum project backlog.
1. Login and Accept End User License Agreement The first time you login to Get To Done® you will use your e-mail address and the temporary password that you received. Upon logging in, you will be presented with the End User License Agreement for the software. Please review the agreement, and indicate your acceptance by checking the “I accept the End User … Read More