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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After watching this tutorial on Sprint Planning, you and your Team Members will be ready for a new Sprint and to have your own Sprint Planning session. Additionally, we discuss the importance of the Sprint Goal.    

This video demonstrates the importance of estimating work and determining value for work completed.  

Personal Points is a new Feature in Get To Done. This video will explain what a Personal Point is and explain in detail how to record Personal Points from the Working View.

In this tutorial we will show you how to convert Checklist Items from a Storyotype to their own individual Task Cards and we will discuss why this can be beneficial to you and your Team.

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

In this tutorial, we will discuss the 4 different icons that are found on a Task card. We will demonstrate the ‘Send Story‘, ‘Convert Task to Story’, ‘Delete Task’, and ‘Edit Task’ features.  

Epic, Story, Task, are the words we use to describe work items so that we can communicate with our Team Members about the relative size of a work unit.

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

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

This video demonstrates how to “New” a Scrum Board so that you can do work. Watch Next: Team Stream – Get To Done