The Scrum perspective offers a range of views that allow you to work using the Scrum method.

  • Scrum Overview

    For Scrum, you first need to choose a specific project that all views of the Scrum perspective refer to.

  • Managing Users

    With appropriate access rights, you can add users to the system, change their properties, and delete them.

  • Managing Scrum Teams

    Before anyone can do anything in a workspace or project, at least one role must be assigned to them in this area. Each role comes with a set of permissions that allow you to modify items, create new items, or change certain item attributes.

  • Managing Scrum Projects

    You can create, edit, and delete as many projects as you like. Projects are referred to as “workspaces” in other parts of the system, so we will use this term in this section.

  • Managing Releases

    Releases are optional in the Scrum workflow. In Allegra, you can define releases that in turn contain Sprints and a release backlog.

  • Working with Backlogs

    Backlogs serve as containers for User Stories and Epics, the Scrum equivalent of requirements. You can manage product backlogs and release backlogs.

  • Working with Sprints

    In the Sprint view, you can move items from the backlog to a specific Sprint.

  • Using the Task Board

    The Task Board presents items intuitively. With drag-and-drop, you can change responsible persons, status, priority, and much more.

  • Monitoring Projects with Burndown Charts

    In Scrum, work progress is monitored with burndown charts.

  • Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe)

    Due to its features and structure, Allegra is predestined as a central tool for scalable agile process models such as SAFe.