Estimate in Time

Implement scrum

Start a free trial

Make every sprint a success

Create the perfect agile environment for your scrum team


See everything the team needs to tackle in a unified backlog


Set sprint goals, allocate work, and track progress in real time


Showcase what the team has accomplished and increase velocity

Refine backlog Scrum

Refine the backlog

Create epics and break down functionality down into user stories and tasks. Use the backlog management page to evaluate work that has been assigned from product management alongside engineering priorities in a single view. Rank work based on value to inform sprint planning decisions.

Develop scrum estimate effort

Estimate effort

Accurate estimation is critical for capacity planning. Assess what it will take to develop new functionality in story points or time. Fan of planning poker? Play your cards and nail down the estimate right on your user stories. Tie those estimates back to the product roadmap — giving everyone a clear picture into the effort and time required.

Set sprint capacity in Aha! Develop based on individual team member schedules and velocity

Streamline sprint planning

Plan what needs to be delivered and when. Automatically calculate capacity based on each engineer's availability and velocity. As you move cards from your backlog into a sprint, team capacity updates in real time. Commit to the plan with certainty, knowing exactly what the team can take on.

Develop scrum sprint burndown

Identify risks

Keep sprints running smoothly. Use a customizable workflow board to track the progress of everything assigned to a sprint. Switch to the burndown chart to see if you are trending above or below the ideal pace line and track changes in scope. The right visualizations help you spot issues early so you can achieve your sprint goals every time.

Scrum sprint retrospective

Retrospect on performance

Look back on each sprint to celebrate the wins, discuss issues, and identify ways to improve. Analyze your productivity using interactive burndown and velocity reports. Use the sprint retrospective template to structure your meeting discussion, encourage team engagement, and document next steps.