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