Configuration

Configure task board

Add as many task board sections and columns as you need. Use predefined Scrum, Agile, Kanban or TFS task board templates or customize them according to your needs. Separate boards. Create several task boards in one workspace to represent different projects or parts of the process.

Drag & drop

Task board drag and drop

Drag-and-drop tasks to assign them, change status or start tracking time. Also drag-and-drop sections and columns to rearrange them while configuring the board.

Several boards

Separate task boards

Create several task boards in one workspace to represent different projects or stages of the process. Task cards can be moved between the boards.

Assignments

Task filter

Assign tasks to team members by drag-and-drop or use “Take task” button to assign a task to yourself. Filter tasks on the task board by users or categories to quickly find what you need.

Comments

Task comments

Forget the mess in your Inbox. Ask questions, share ideas and discuss the problems about the task right in the task card using Comments field.

User permissions

User permissions

Don’t want anyone to edit the task board? Open, read and write user permissions can be assigned to the users in Workspace and Server levels.

TFS 2015 - 2010

TFS 2012

Eylean supports standard SfTS, Agile, CMMI, Scrum and Microsoft Kanban 1.0 process templates that are included in TFS versions TFS 2015 - 2010 versions.

Custom TFS integration

TFS integration

Using a customized TFS process template? Match Eylean and TFS process templates by editing Eylean integration configuration and enjoy visual TFS task board.

TFS Kanban

TFS kanban

If you’re already using Microsoft Kanban 1.0 process template in TFS, just choose it as Eylean board template and your TFS task will be shown on the task board. If you’re only planning to switch to Kanban but don’t want to make big changes in TFS right away, have a try with Eylean. Manual TFS state mapping lets you map several columns of the task board to the same TFS state. Have a TFS Kanban board with any TFS process template.

Visual Kanban board

Kanban board

Define your process and visualize it on Kanban board. Prioritize your Backlog, use queue columns, color code tasks or group them by projects in different rows. Monitor performance, notice bottlenecks and easily improve the configuration of your Kanban board as the process evolves.

WIP limits

Kanban board WIP limits

WIP limits enable you to do more in less time. Decide whether to use WIP limits strictly or allow task overflow and highlight the problematic column.

Lead and Cycle time

Lead cycle time

Check Lead and Cycle time reports to see how long it really takes to complete tasks. Use these performance based info for better future work planning.

Scrum board

Scrum board

Have a Scrum board with time boxed rows for Iterations. Create User Stories and Tasks, have 3 or more Subtask levels. Manage task cards by drag-and-drop.

Burndown

Burndown chart

Check the progress in Burndown chart counted by estimation hours, complexity points or number of tasks. See the real progress using Cumulative Burndown path where value increase is summed up through the period and the path burns down by using decrease in value. To see the ideal path (dotted line) in Burndown chart you have to use time boxing in rows.

Scrum-ban

Scrum and Kanban board

Scrum rules are too strict for your team? Or you think that Kanban leaves too much responsibility to team members? Eylean is based on both Scrum and Kanban, what means that you can combine the benefits of both. Add columns, limit WIP and make the work flow constantly while leaving Scrum roles and standup meetings.

Automatic time tracking

Time tracking

Automatic time tracking. Drag-and-drop a task card on the clock to start track time. Pause and stop time tracking using the buttons next to the clock.

Add and edit time

Task activity

Add and edit time Edit task activity. In case you need to add, edit or delete tracked time for a particular task, open detailed task view, Time tracker area.

Burndown

Burndown chart

Check the progress in Burndown chart counted by estimation hours, complexity points or number of tasks. See the real progress using Cumulative Burndown path where value increase is summed up through the period and the path burns down by using decrease in value. To see the ideal path (dotted line) in Burndown chart you have to use time boxing in rows.

Schedule or roadmap view

Schedule and roadmap view

Schedule is similar to Gantt chart, yet it is less complex and can be applied to a variety of cases where start and end dates are used to position items on a timeline

Workflow report

Workflow report

Find out work item travel paths or hunt down bad decissions, harmful tasks and process bugs

Time reports

Time reports

Tracked time is summed up and shown in time reports. They are grouped by tasks or users and have various filtering options to show just the info you need.

Lead and Cycle time

Lead cycle time

Check Lead and Cycle time reports to see how long it really takes to complete tasks. Use these performance based info for better future work planning.

Dashboard

Dashboard

Convenient dashboard helps to see the big picture of the project. Easily understand the performance of each team member, completed tasks and the overall progress of the project.

Cumulative flow diagram

Cumulative flow diagram

Cumulative flow diagram helps to monitor the progress of tasks. The chart shows which of the tasks have not been started yet, how many tasks are in progress and which of them have been done.