GitScrum is the smart management tool that helps teams and professionals to create, plan, organize and release amazing projects.

GitScrum Sprints is an essential productivity feature in our tool. Our version of this Scrum classical will change the way your team deals with challenges, deadlines, commitment, and autonomy. Sprints are time sessions of tasks you can associate with your project’s goals.

Primarily, you usually set them in weeks. However, you decide their duration as a project manager, according to your project’s perspectives and production loops.

Then, you can use them for:

  • Establishing a team’s clear goals to achieve during a determined period of time;
  • Increasing teams’ productivity, since they work results-oriented, and feel challenged to gradually achieve more;
  • Facilitating leadership, as long as the team understands the importance to commit and conquers the freedom to self-organize and manage their own tasks;
  • Helping you identify your team’s strengths, difficulties, and bottlenecks, so you can search for solutions.

Starting a Sprint

  1. On the Sidebar, click on “Sprints”.
  2. After, click on “Create new Sprint”.
  3. Choose the Project, fill in the Sprint name (it can be a incremental number), select the date range for the Sprint in the Timebox (start date – end date), mention Sprint goals (optional).
  4. Click on “Create new Sprint” to create.

The Tasks will be added to the Sprint later.

GitScrum Sprints
GitScrum Sprints

Create Sprints from Anywhere

  1. Open your project.
  2. On the Header bar, click on Create (+) button » “Sprint”.
  3. The “Create new Sprint” screen will open:
    • Choose the project where you want to place it.
    • Type Sprint title.
    • Select the Date range in the Timebox.
    • Type the Sprint’s goals.
  4. Click the “Create new Sprint” button.
  5. The Sprint will be created.
GitScrum Sprints - Anywhere
GitScrum Sprints - Anywhere
GitScrum Sprints - Create
GitScrum Sprints - Create

Edit a Sprint

  1. On the Sidebar, click on “Sprints”.
  2. You will see a list of the Sprints previously created.
  3. Click the name of the Sprint you want to Edit, then you will visualize all its details.
  4. On Sprint’s detail page, click “Edit Sprint”.
  5. Update the fields you need, click “Edit Sprint” to save.
GitScrum Sprints - Edit a Sprints
GitScrum Sprints - Edit a Sprints

Delete a Sprint

You can delete a Sprint if you want, for any purpose. If you do so, only the Sprints data (name, goals, dates) will be gone, but the Tasks you might have included in the Sprints will be preserved – they will not be deleted!

  1. Go to Sprints on the Sidebar.
  2. Select the name of the Sprint you want to delete.
  3. Click the “Delete” button.
  4. Answer “Yes” to “Do you really want to delete?”, if you are sure.
GitScrum Sprints - Delete a Sprints
GitScrum Sprints - Delete a Sprints

Examples of Things That Could Be Done With GitScrum Sprints

  • A Digital agency can make a 7-day digital launch and use Sprints to control and organize the team’s daily Tasks;
  • A software developing company organizes the software feature releases in Sprints of 7 and 15 days.
  • As a result, clients know exactly when they are supposed to receive the updates and follow the progress of a big project;
  • Design teams can use Sprints to manage their weekly workload and ensure multiple deliveries, engaging team members to meet the deadlines;
  • A personal trainer sets his/her client individual goals in Sprints, developing a personalized fitness program;
  • A dietitian & nutritionist can create individualized nourishment programs for clients, with weekly goals in Sprints;
  • A writer and/publisher can organize and plan a publishing project in weekly or quarterly Sprints, and release a Chapter/Sprint;
  • A School can plan educational activities in Sprints, discover and assessing Sprints goals every quarter – or even, create an individualized developing program for each student or group, who works for reaching their own Sprints goals every month;
  • Churches & Nonprofit organizations can create campaigns with Sprints goals too, fixing monthly and weekly goals and deadlines and assigning Tasks to volunteers;
  • Real Estate Brokers can use Sprints to help them organize and manage numerous Tasks and win ambitious goals, being reminded of business opportunities;
  • Construction Managers can use Sprints to facilitate their leadership routine with foremen, fixing project weekly goals and monitoring project’s progress.

In conclusion, you see GitScrum Sprints are used to help you and your team find out all your goals. Work in Sprints and never miss an assignment again!

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