|For Kanban Teams
Basic Kanban Support
Board as a visual representation of tasks.
Work in Progress Limits
Limit on the number of tasks in progress.
Visual categorization of tasks, located horizontally through the board.
A column with 2 subcolumns: In Progress and Done for a better progress tracking.
|For Scrum Teams
Sprint Board is used to run sprints.
Story points are a unit of measure for expressing an estimate of the overall effort that will be required to fully implement a piece of work.
Burndown Chart is a Sprint-specific diagram showing the ratio of already completed tasks to the time remaining till the end of the sprint.
Velocity Report helps you to determine your team's velocity and estimate the work your team can likely achieve in future sprints.
Sprint Release Report
The Sprint Release Report shows the actual work done during the sprint. Here you'll find completed and incomplete tasks, Burndown Chart, some numeric statistics.
Sprint specific progress tracker displaying the ratio: percentage completed / task completed / hours completed.
The amount of work a team can execute in a given period of time.
A board with product's ideas and tasks.
Backlog Board is used to gather, rate and prioritize product ideas.
Ideas Scoring (Value/Efforts)
Tasks (ideas) can be rated by value & efforts so that the most valuable are sent to development in the first place.
2x2 Priority Matrix
2x2 Priority Matrix visualizes your product backlog on an impact vs. effort matrix.
Score your features using Reach, Impact, Confidence, and Effort.
Score your features using Impact, Confidence, and Ease.
Score your features using your custom criteria, weights, and scales.
Roadmap board is a visual scheduler for a project. It allows you to see start and due dates of the tasks on a calendar and manage project plans. Built-in feature, available free of charge.
Time Tracking with Reports
Tracking the time your team spends on projects. Detailed reports by team members, projects or tasks.
Projects & Collections
Boards are grouped by projects or collections. Project is a set of releases, boards and tasks related to it. Collection is a group of boards linked by a certain criteria.
Group of tasks or sprint with specific version.
Version - a set of tasks belonging to a certain release.
Live Activity Stream
Display activities across all the boards: completed tasks, tasks your team is working on right now, overdue tasks and employees’ work logs.
Inbox displays all important notifications and updates in one place.
A unique URL that allows you to get a quick overview of a task status at a glance.
Comments in Hygger have a two-level structure to keep one conversation in one thread.
Task Links help to indicate which tasks are linked to each other and to see type of dependency between these tasks.
User’s reference in a conversation @Username.
A colored tag with a keyword on it used for task categorization.
Upload File Attachments
File Uploader from a PC and other file sharing services (Google Drive, Dropbox, Box и OneDrive, etc.).
iPhone, Android Apps
Mobile Applications for iPhone and Android.
I like Hygger because it is really easy to use. Any user can start using it immediately with a very short learning curve. You can find in Hygger the main characteristics for agile methodologies like kanban and scrum. You don’t have a limit to create projects or dashboards, so it fits perfect for small companies to the big ones.
Lots of useful features that cannot be found on other products, like WIP limits on the Kanban board, the value chart on the backlog and the integration with third-party applications. The support team can solve any problem, they are the best.
Hygger offers lots of great features. Some of my favorites are swimlanes, time tracking, and scorecards. They have everything you need to manage in agile or even more complex approaches. The support team is also wonderful and always ready to help.