Real time date with your Agile Dashboard

Real time burndowns

View your sprint progress in real time with two burndowns showing interesting stats. The Story Points Burndown shows how many points have been closed by the team.

The Hour Burndown will show you how many hours have been completed by the team during this sprint. The second metric is the real thing about where you are in your sprint related to how many element have been closed and how many days left to complete everything. The last data is the estimation of your progress if you keep the same rythm which can present you a either a green line if you have a good rythm or a red line if you are not going to complete everything.

Sunset Graph

The Sunset Graph is the only chart that gives you a real forecast on your agile project. According to the business value that you decided to give to you stories, this graph will show you how many mandatory items you have in your backlog, how many important items you have and how many optional items you have. It’s a good way to see when you should be able to release a MVP to your users.

Velocity Chart

Each team has the capacity to accomplish a certain number of story points per sprint. This number is not very important (actually we really don’t care about the number itself). This data gives a good vision to the PO to see the tendancy and to forecast. Our velocity widget gives you the number of points closed by the team in the last 10 sprints and it also give you the average of points closed in those last 10 sprints.

Money widgets

Even if money can’t buy love or happiness, it’s still an important metric in a project. Urban Turtle proposes a couple of widget to follow your’re budget and the erned value of a project, a feature or a sprint. The budget graph gives the opportunity to compare you’re planned budget vs. your actual investment in the project. Quite easy to set-up, this widget is very interesting for the stakeholders and the managers.

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