Today's projects require tracking software that keeps up with the team but doesn’t get in its way. Lean-toTM is a simple, powerful tool that encourages teams to spend more time working on their projects and less time tracking them.
From your priority ordered backlog view you can assign stories (features) and bugs (defects) by dragging them from your backlog onto iterations to create your plan. You can assign timeframes for each iteration or simply allow them to be a week, a month, or vary.
For more on what terms like stories, backlog, and iteration mean, check out our handy agile reference page.
You can add people to your account to give them access to all your projects or invite people to specific projects with limited rights.
Whether you are looking at the iteration on plan, the backlog, or completed reports, there are a variety of ways to view your data. You can filter to view only stories or only bugs, see just what is assigned to you, or view only those that are active. In addition, there are additional ways to sort and filter from all list views.
We have a lot of opinions on how software should be developed and we're sure you do to. This is why we have refrained from labeling every little option in Lean-toTM. Timeframes, priority, and estimation units are purposefully vague to allow you to use what you use - hours, days, story points, weeks, months, years, it is all up to you.
Use a simple interface to edit your stories and bugs where you see them, inline. Context menus are provided where additional options exist. Hint: Edit and then hit the return or esc keys to save or cancel.
Stories and bugs can have all sorts of attachments - from images, documents, spreadsheets, zipped archives, and more. Ongoing conversations are facilitated by adding comments. Acceptance, integration, performance, regression, and usability tests can all be authored and included as part of each story.
Review concise charts and graphs that illustrate your team's progress and remaining effort. Some stats are shown at the top of list pages to provide insight into your project's current status wherever you are. Hint: these can be hidden or shown using the controls right near the stats. This preference will be saved for subsequent sessions.