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Agile software development refers to a group of software development methodologies that promote iterative development, open collaboration, and process adaptability throughout the life-cycle of the project.
Creating Agile project Navigate to Projects, and click the Add Project or Template icon from the toolbar. Select the Agile checkbox, to create an Agile project. The Task Module is automatically set to Digité STaRT.
Project Team Setup Click the Invite Team Member icon to allocate resources for your project by searching members based on their availability.
Resources can be ‘allocated’ to the project for a specific duration ( Start/End Date), project role and completely or partly. The resources can be ‘Committed’ during allocation or can be ‘Proposed’, and ‘Committed’ later. ‘Allocated Hours’ are calculated based on these resource allocations.
Timesheet Setup Run the Timesheet Setup Wizard to enable timesheet entry for the team members.
Timesheet Setup Wizard The timesheet tracking mode. For Agile projects is always ‘Remaining Hours’. Leave the check box unchecked as it is not applicable for Agile projects. Select this checkbox to consider the time logged as billable hours to the project. Select this checkbox for always having project creator to approve the timesheet at the posting stage of the timesheet approval workflow. For other screens in the wizard, refer to the Timesheet Training for detailed instructions.
Task Tracking Customize or create Table Views to select required columns for tracking the progress of the tasks. Similarly, the Tasks module displays the tasks in hierarchical list.
Test Execution Create test units or link existing test units to the user story. From Test Management > Test Events, execute test units.
Defect Tracking When test units linked to a user story fails, you can raise defects which will be associated to the test unit. Link these defects to the user story. You can also create new defects from the Defect section.
Create new defects or associate existing defects to the test unit.
Agile Reports To view the detailed progress, navigate to Project >> Project Monitoring >> Report List. Click the required report under Agile Reports.
Iteration Burndown Chart Displays the tendency of the sprint progress of remaining work to do at the end of each passing day.
Release Burndown Chart Displays the release progress with remaining work in the release relative to the release schedule.
Iteration Velocity Report Helps to determine how much work the team can tackle in the next sprint by displaying story points completed in each sprint.
Release Cumulative Chart Displays the iteration-wise cumulative estimates of the user stories to track the progress of users stories based on the change in their state.
Iteration Cumulative Chart Provides the cumulative estimates of story states to understand how the iteration has progressed.
Team Status Report Displays the status of tasks completed by the project team members and highlights the comparison between planned effort and individual resource capacity.
Iteration Status Report Displays the details of selected iteration drilled down to the user story and task level.
Release Status Report Displays the details of selected release drilled further down to the user story and task level.
Adding Meeting Minutes To add Meeting Minutes, click Add Meeting Minutes icon. Then populate the mandatory data fields and optional fields as appropriate. To link the minutes to other items, use the Traceability section. Route the Meeting to others using the Workflow feature.
Wiki Dashboard Wiki Dashboard with Quick Links, etc. to guide through various wiki pages and other features.