Tracking your daily scrum meetings has never been easier

Scrumbs is a lightweight agile management tool, designed to make the scrum masters life easier. Keep logs of the daily scrum meetings, know what your team is up to, manage impediments, and generate reports. It has never been easier!
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4 Reviews5.0/5
Hi everyone ๐Ÿ‘‹ Excited to finally release the alpha version of Scrumbs! ๐Ÿš€ Managing the development process can be a difficult thing to juggle at times, especially if youโ€™re responsible for multiple teams, and a mix of in-house and remote colleagues. The thing that helped me make it out alive was my obsession with taking notes ๐Ÿ“๐Ÿ“๐Ÿ“ If youโ€™re a scrum master today, I think youโ€™ll agree that your job title means a completely different thing in practice, than it does on paper. Thereโ€™s a good chance that you are getting approached by somebody with a question or a problem as you are reading this message. Scrumbs tries to ease your feeling of being overwhelmed, by providing a pleasant platform to take notes, organize your thoughts, and keep an eye on the development process. You can even mark notes as impediments, which will be displayed in your personal to-do list within the app. Some core features include: โœ… Manage teams โœ… Manage members โœ… Notes โœ… Impediments Upcoming features: ๐Ÿ’ก Integrations with Trello, Jira, Asana ๐Ÿ’ก Reports ๐Ÿ’ก Collaborate with other scrum masters Thanks for reading, and feel free to take it for a spin!
@mickc79 Hey Mick! It is completely free, take it for a ride :-)
Thank you guys for the upvotes! ๐Ÿค— I am currently designing a couple of features for our next release, like reports, exporting notes/impediments and collaborating with other scrum masters. What other features youโ€™d like to see in Scrumbs? ๐Ÿ™‚
Really intresting
@awas19761 Thanks Mark - did you get the chance to take it for a test drive?
ok great - thanks a lot. Boardme looks awesome.
@mickc79 Thanks Mick, that means a lot! ๐Ÿ™
@mickc79 can't wait to share boardme with the community
@bryan_butvidas sorry - but I'm Really interested in BoardMe. where is user data stored? do you save it to your own systems or somehow pass it into the native database of the host app?
@mickc79, let me refer you to @andreigaspar for that. I would not want to use a wrong tech term and start a fire lol.
@bryan_butvidas @mickc79 hey glad to hear you find it interesting! We are storing the user data on our database, and it can be accessed through the boardme client. Basically the same place where the user is configuring their guides (hotspots, tooltips, modals)