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Tracking Actual Effort and To-Do (Remaining) Hours
Are you tracking your to-do and effort hours the most efficient way in VersionOne? You don’t need to edit your tasks or stories to update these values. By using the Track capability, members can apply actual hours and remaining hours by using the … Continue reading
Next Sprint Cut Line in the VersionOne TeamRoom Backlog Panel
What does that line in the backlog list in your VersionOne TeamRoom™ represent? It’s the next sprint cut line based on your team’s average velocity and the prioritized backlog for your team. It’s also a great reason to make sure your backlog … Continue reading
Backlog Item Count by Project
The VersionOne Backlog Item Count by Project analytics report is a great visual way to see backlog items closed, added and planned along with percent completed. This one-stop Analytics Report has everything that a product owner, Scrum Master or team … Continue reading