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GitScrum Review | Everything You Need to Know

GitScrum is an application designed for the development projects. It allows the team to use Git version control and scrum framework for task management.

It allows you to manage your tasks easily and organize them so that you can manage your project professionally.

It has been developed with a Laravel framework, making teams more productive and let them work systematically.

Here is the layout how you can create and then drag and drop the tasks.

GitScrum

GitScrum has been launched in different languages like English, Chinese, German, Russian, Portuguese, Arabic, Spanish, Italian, French, Indonesian and Hungarian.

Here is a quick Guide to GitScrum:


Visit GitScrum

Features of GitScum:

Let’s have a look at some of the highlighted features of GitScrum.

Product Backlog:

It contains the assessment of the business value of the product owner.

User Story:

User Stories IN GITSRUM

This part explains the everyday or business language that tells what a user needs to do as a part of his or her job function.

Some of the features of the user story are

  • Acceptance criteria,
  • prioritization using MoSCoW,
  • definition of a done checklist,
  • pie chart,
  • assign labels,
  • team members,
  • activities
  • comments and
  • issues.

Sprint Backlog:

This one is the property of the development team, which provides all included estimates. There is an accompanying sprint planning board which is used to see and change a state of the issues.

Some of the features of sprint backlog are

  • Sprint planning using a Kanban board,
  • burndown chart,
  • definition of the done checklist,
  • effort,
  • attachments,
  • activities,
  • comments and
  • issues.

Issue:

It is added in user story directly in a sprint backlog or to one sprint backlog.  It should be small enough so that it can be completed in a day.

Some of the highlighted features of the issue are

  • Progress state (e.g. to do, in progress, done or archived),
  • issue type (e.g. Improvement, Support Request, Feedback, Customer Problem, UX, Infrastructure, Testing Task, etc…),
  • definition of the done checklist,
  • assign labels,
  • effort,
  • attachments,
  • comments,
  • activities,
  • team members.

My Activities:

It keeps you see how much your contribution is in the project.

my Activities in gitscrum

Departments using GetScrum:

Mostly GetScrum is used in the software development process, approximately 68% of the projects are developed using this task management application.

Let’s have a look at some other areas and percentage of GetScrum usage in managing their routine tasks.

  • Operations / Production – 42%
  • Research and Development – 31%
  • Sales and Marketing – 25%
  • Content Development, Management – 24%
  • Consulting – 22%
  • Human Resources – 19%
  • Financial or Accounting – 18%

Comparison of GitScrum with JIRA, Asana, Basecamp, Wrike, and Trello

comparison of main features of gitscrum

There are so many features that all of these applications must have. Let’s have a look and see which features are supported by each

Gamification:

You will get this feature only with GitScrum, JIRA, Asana, Basecamp, Wrike, and trello don’t support this feature.

Agile Principles:

This feature is supported by GitScrum and JIRA  and not any other applications.

Board Planning:

All other applications along with GitScrum has this feature but basecamp doesn’t support board planning.

dashboard planning gitscrum

Nonkanban view:

Trello doesn’t support this feature.

GetScrum along with other applications does support the Nonkanban view.

Unlimited Users:

JIRA, Asana, and Wrike don’t support this feature while GitScrum and trello do.

Unlimited private projects:

All of these applications support unlimited private projects.

Unlimited file storage:

You can store unlimited files in GetScrum, JIRA, and Trello while asana, basecamp, and Wrike don’t support this feature.

Documents with gitscrum

Project calendar:

There is a project calendar in Gitscrim, Asana, Basecamp, and Wrike

Trello and JIRA don’t have.

calendar in gitscrum

Project activities:

All of the applications mentioned contains project activities.

project activities

Project changelog:

Only GitScrum and JIRA offer you project changelog

changelog in gitscrum

Project team performance:

Only GitScrum possesses this feature. Just keep the mouse on the name of the team member and it will let you know about his/her performance.

 

Project contributions last year:

Only GitScrum

project performmance

Project discussion forum:

All except Wrike possesses project contribution last year.

Sprints:

GitScrum and JIRA offer you sprints which makes your work easier.

Sprints in Gitscrum

User stories:

Only GitScrum and JIRA offer you this feature. 

Connect Apps:

With the help of GitScrum you can get connected to the following apps

Connect App with gitscrum

Tasks:

This feature keeps you aware of the recently uploaded tasks by all, whether you are tagged in it or not.

tasks in gitscrum

Good About GetScrum:

  • Anyone can easily use it
  • Worth the money, not very expensive
  • Increases work performance
  • It has the ability to upload a file
  • Keeps you informed about each person’s performance
  • The time tracking is an amazing feature

Time Tracking with gitscrum

Bad About it:

  • No marketplace for third-party apps

Conclusion:

This software is in the developmental phase and its developer Renato Marinho is working on it in a regular basis. Whatever feature is recommended he is immediately adding it as soon as possible.

If you want any feature to be added to it, which can make this application better as compared to others so feel free to tell about it in the Facebook group.

By joining this group, you will get updates about the new features as added.

So, for better performance, planning board and powerful results I would recommend you to immediately go for it.

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