Category: GitScrum Guide

ChatGPT Meets GitScrum: Discover How to Automatically Generate User Stories for Your Team in a Matter of Minutes!

GitScrum is a powerful tool that allows teams to manage their software development projects with ease. One of the most significant advantages of using GitScrum is its ability to automatically generate user stories, without the need for extensive manual input. This feature can save teams a significant amount of time and effort, allowing them to […]

The Secret to Stress-Free Task Management: Automatic Archiving

Are you interested in learning more about how to use Gitscrum to automatically archive tasks in your workflow? If so, read on! Gitscrum is a popular project management tool that allows teams to track and organize their work using a Kanban-style workflow. One of the key features of Gitscrum is the ability to automatically archive […]

Maximizing Productivity with GitScrum API: A Comprehensive Guide

GitScrum is a project management tool that helps teams organize, track, and collaborate on tasks and projects. Its API (Application Programming Interface) allows developers to integrate GitScrum’s features and functionality into their own applications and workflow. With the GitScrum API, developers can programmatically access and manage data in their GitScrum account, including tasks, projects, users, […]

Chapter 6.1 – Duplicating Projects

When you don’t want to create a project from scratch, you can simply duplicate it and edit it, instead. Duplicate a project to quickly copy its contents and set ups to the new project you wish to create. In your Workspace, all team members are enabled to duplicate projects, except for the users you might […]

How to Manage Users Priorities with User Stories

Working for a better user experience in a project management tool is something widely available. To put users’ priorities in the first place must be a rule for those who will use GitScrum’s User Stories, a feature that helps you report to team members about customers,  needs, expectations, wishes, or requests. How can you tell […]

How to Write Attractive Team Task Titles

When you need to delegate tasks, you will have to be very clear. This is common sense for managers who seek to create clarity for their teammates in task titles. However, most of them don’t understand what are the tasks and feel confused because of the team task title in a project management tool. So, […]

The Ultimate Agile Glossary – Terms, Expressions and Acronyms you should know

A Acceptance Criteria These are a set of requirements/conditions that software ought to meet before it is accepted by a user. According to the information they manage on user stories, the product owners are responsible for defining acceptance criteria. Acceptance Test(s) These tests need to take place, to ensure the features are working right, according […]

How to write clear Task descriptions to guide your team

Daily Communication Challenges at Tasks Do you face a lot of struggles with your team, when delegating and writing tasks on your project management tool? Managers have limited time to invest in writing descriptions, that’s true. And teams are learning they need to become more and more autonomous. Even so, do you still feel it […]

Optimize your Financial Life with GitScrum Invoices

Are you willing to organize your financial routine, and facilitate the activity of charging for your work? You should meet GitScrum Invoices. What are Invoices used for? An invoice is a commercial document that records a deal between a buyer and a seller. It specifies the terms of the transaction, lists all items the client […]

Chapter 20 – How to promote team collaboration

Team collaboration is essential for productivity. In this Chapter, we will present you a series of Gitscrum interaction features for your daily and weekly work with your staff. Learn how to use these resources together with the essential GitScrum features, to optimize your tasks and results. Gitscrum is a smart amazing platform, but keeping communication […]

Chapter 19 – Smart Integrations of GitScrum and other Apps

In this Chapter, you will learn how to make integrations of GitScrum and other apps and software to work and collaborate with your colleagues. Teams have distinct demands. Nowadays, most of them have hectic routines and need flexible tools to support real-time communication and provide all necessary notifications on their tasks. Did you know it […]

Chapter 18 – GitScrum Invoices, your billing power.

Skyrocket your work-life! GitScrum helps entrepreneurs, freelancers, agile teams, and SMBs increase their productivity and profitability. With this purpose, we created this new feature to facilitate and organize your financial and administrative tasks: GitScrum Invoices! This feature will help you control all your jobs, keep track of your billable hours an d issue your invoices […]

Chapter 17 – GitScrum Spreadsheet

GitScrum Spreadsheet is an awesome recent release that is here to help you control all the financial activity of your projects, like budgeting and cash flow, without the need of external apps. It’s very functional, quick and safe, since you keep all team members saving finance data together into your projects. Never miss time on […]

Chapter 15 – GitScrum Documents, your cloud to organize your project files

GitScrum Documents is your cloud inside your project management tool, where you can store and organize all your project documents, relating them to your Tasks. This is very helpful because when you need valuable documents, you won’t need to waste time searching for them in many storage services, they will be already there. When you […]

Chapter 14 – GitScrum Wiki: create content with your team

GitScrum Wiki is a feature that will open a stack of possibilities for your team to contribute with your projects in several ways, as well as you can contribute to their growth, too. It’s the ideal feature to convey internal information from your company, but it can also be used to share content with clients, […]

Chapter 13 – GitScrum Mind Mapping, release your creative ideas!

Are you exploring 100% of your team’s creative side? Well, now you can! Better yet, not only do you have a tool to run collaborative brainstorms with your team, but to organize, sort, and display all the ideas you generate together. GitScrum Mind Mapping is your feature to catch the best ideas from your team’s […]

Chapter 12 – GitScrum User Stories, the feature that leads you to innovate and deliver value!

GitScrum User Stories are short, very objective reports written by team members, about end users’ (customers’) needs, expectations, wishes or requests. These information pieces can be obtained from a variety of sources – your daily experience with customers and their messages to your company, for instance. Then, your team members organize them into an optimized […]

Chapter 11 – GitScrum Gantt Charts, get the project big picture!

GitScrum Gantt Charts is your most optimized way to visualize your project’s timeline with all its multiple tasks and assignments going on. With this dynamic pannel, when you enter your Tasks in your GitScrum Board, they are automatically placed into the Gantt Charts, so you can visualize them on a complete panel. This is useful […]

Chapter 10 – GitScrum Sprints: switch the productivity mode on!

GitScrum Sprints is an essential productivity feature in our tool. Our version of this Scrum classical will change the way your team deals with challenges, deadlines, commitment, and autonomy. Sprints are time sessions of tasks you can associate with your project’s goals. Primarily, you usually set them in weeks. However, you decide their duration as […]

Chapter 9 – GitScrum Time Tracking, the way to hold your tasks accountable

GitScrum Time Tracking is a handy tool for managers to generate complete reports on efforts employed in projects, regarding worked time. This feature enables you to reward your team members and partners fairly, according to how much they worked, and charge your clients properly for billable hours, facilitating the demonstration of your work records to […]

Chapter 8 – How to Customize GitScrum Tasks

You have the freedom to work with GitScrum by just adding your tasks on your GitScrum Board and moving them to done. Nevertheless, in this Chapter, you will see there are many possibilities more, to make your teamwork more efficient, communicate clearly with your team and organize your tasks while your workload increases, so it […]

Chapter 7 – GitScrum Board

Meet what we can call, no doubt, the main GitScrum feature! Sure, all our features are beloved, but as long as you work with GitScrum, you will see they all relate to the GitScrum Board, your daily tool to work and collaborate with your team and manage your tasks. This amazing tool, as you’ve seen, […]

Chapter 6 – Creating Your First Project with GitScrum

GitScrum offers a complete range of features and settings to handle all the potential your imagination can reach for a project. As there is a world of opportunities for you to explore and create in the market, we know you need a tool that’s efficient enough to perform as well as your mind does, and […]

Chapter 5 – Find out GitScrum Main Features

GitScrum has all the necessary features you need to create fantastic projects and amaze your clients. Work face-to-face with your team, together or remotely, to plan, execute and monitor your projects and daily tasks and schedules. Track team members’ progress with visual graphic features and provide feedback to clients. Optimize data processing to obtain customer […]

Chapter 4 – Setting Up Profile and Adding Users

Chapter 4 Collaboration is what makes companies move forward towards their goals, and it’s in our soul. Although you must be eager to start interacting with your team, you must remember that it’s also important to “prepare the house before calling the guests”. So, before you invite clients and workers to access your project management […]