Yodiz is All-In-One Team management platform for Agile Scrum, Issue Tracking and team collaboration. Let’s start by going through main artifacts available in Yodiz.
Organization: When you sign up at Yodiz first time a new organization is created for you. This organization is secure with data isolation place to store all the data created by you and your team members.
Projects: After sign-up a default project is created for you. Projects are core working area, all the work happens under Projects. Each project has
Product Backlog: Place to create, priortize and manage User Stories
User stories: A user story is kind of requirement that describes one or more use cases. Tasks are created under User Stories
Tasks: Smaller work items, which is kind of break down of how the user story will be implemented.
Issue Board: Core place to manage all issues in the project.
- Issue: It’s the problem reported by cutomer, QA person or just developer. It’s also known as ticket or bug.
- Sprints can hold User Stories, tasks and issues.
- Planning board is the place to plan Sprints.
- Releases hold user stories their tasks and issues.
- Planning board is the place to plan releases.
Shared or local Epics: Epics are kind of higher level requirements, which need to be broken down into smaller user stories.
Planning Board: It’s the place to move user stories and issues from backlog to sprint and releases.
Users: Team members that are invited to be part of organization at Yodiz. New users can be invited from Administration area. Users can be assigned to multiple projects. They will be only view the projects, which they are member of, creating smooth way for managers to manage multiple projects.