Get More Done in Less Time with GitScrum Sprints
Working with GitScrum Sprints is an efficient way to plan, start, and finish your weekly tasks and ultimately complete your projects. As a necessary feature within the GitScrum Project Management tool, using Sprints can help you get more work done in a shorter amount of time. In this guide, we will outline the steps on how to create a Sprint within the platform.
To start, navigate to the Sidebar in GitScrum Resources and click on “Sprints”. From there, select the “Create new Sprint” option which will bring up a splash screen with the same name.
Select Project, Set Date Range, and Define Sprint Goals
Next, you’ll need to select the project that the Sprint will be associated with. Then, provide a name for the Sprint, which can be a number or any other label that helps you distinguish this Sprint from others. You will then set the date range for the Sprint in the Timebox, which is the start date and end date. If desired, you can also include Sprint goals to further clarify what you hope to accomplish during this Sprint.
Once all the necessary information has been entered, simply click on “Create new Sprint”. With that, you have successfully created a Sprint within the GitScrum Project Management platform. The tasks for the Sprint can then be added at a later time.
Assigning Tasks to Your GitScrum
- Sprint From the Sidebar, navigate to “Sprints”.
- Here, you will find a list of all previously created Sprints.
- Select the Sprint you wish to add tasks to by clicking its name.
- On the Sprint’s detail page, choose “Assign Tasks to Sprint”.
- Pick the tasks you want to add to the Sprint by clicking on checkbox.
Quickly plan, start, and finish tasks to complete projects faster. Create Sprints, set date ranges, and assign tasks with ease. Get more done in less time with GitScrum Project Management.
Using Sprints within GitScrum is a helpful approach to manage your work and stay on top of your projects. With its straightforward process of creating a Sprint, it is an accessible tool that can streamline your workflow and help you get more done in less time. Whether you’re working on a solo project or as part of a team, GitScrum Sprints are a valuable asset to have in your project management toolkit.