Limit the amount of work in progress and make it easier to identify inefficiency in your team’s workflow. Analyze Sprints’ Results Analyze completed Sprints in Sprint Release Report and track team’s productivity on Velocity Chart. Align Your Team with Your Company’s Goals Use Roadmap to share global plans and closest releases to the whole company.
Track progress of your Sprint using different metrics: number of completed tasks, story points, or hours.
Determine your team's velocity and estimate the work your team can likely achieve in future sprints.
Make regular retrospectives for completed Sprints: see the actual work done during the sprint and adjust your future estimations.
Track progress of your Sprint using different metrics: number of tasks completed, number of story points completed, hours completed.
Estimate tasks using Story Points, Hours or both of them.
Organize tasks on your boards using Swimlanes and Labels.
Log time on tasks to track your team performance and generate detailed reports.
Restrict the number of tasks in progress for any status and determine bottlenecks in your workflow.
Get only the team updates you need, instead of a flood of unwanted messages.
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.