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Add information to your iceScrum items by attaching files from your Box account.
Automatically synchronize your project data between your bug/ticket tracker and iceScrum.
Create story backlogs from custom filters and share some of them with your team.
Export tasks / stories / features in a spreadsheet format (csv or xls) in order to manipulate them in Excel or Open Office.
Use draw.io to create flowcharts, process diagrams, org charts, mockups, UML… directly in iceScrum.
Add information to your iceScrum items by attaching files from your Dropbox account.
Create epic stories: big stories that will be split into smaller ones.
Import stories into your Sandbox from Excel spreadsheets by mapping columns to story properties.
Integrate iceScrum with your existing SSO provider by delegating authentication to a third party.
FeatureMap provides all the features you need to build beautiful story maps that you can share with your team.
How about automatically building the story map of an existing project to get an instant overview of its content? iceScrum integrates seamlessly with iceScrum and can even keep the data synchronized in real-time.
Improve your story planning thanks to the forecast of story completion date
Keep track of code changes by linking your commits to your tasks and user stories.
Add information to your iceScrum items by attaching files from your Google Drive account.
As a Product Owner, move interesting stories out of the way and keep them frozen for later use.
Display the latest build information (status, commits, build #) from Jenkins/Hudson in iceScrum.
Categorize your stories, tasks and features with tags by creating lists of colored labels
Externalize the authentication of iceScrum users through your enterprise directory.
Enter your mood every day and help track and improve the well-being of your teams.
Add information to your iceScrum items by attaching files from your OneDrive account.
Manage large scale products and feature teams with SAFe and LeSS.
As the server administrator, update, archive or delete any project managed on your server.
Create roadmaps to plan evolution of your product’s features and share it with your team and stakeholders.
Add information to your iceScrum items by attaching medias by URL, from your server and online services (Codepen, Figma, Droplr, Youtube…)
Externalize the authentication of iceScrum users by using your enterprise SAML / SSO.
As the server administrator, change your server settings through a nice user interface.
Create shareable links and embed iceScrum charts into your own HTML pages.
Stay informed of what happens in iceScrum by receiving important events about your stories in your Slack channel.
Create templates from existing stories to save time by pre-filling new stories with frequently used data.
Allow your users and stakeholders to vote for the stories they prefer in order to help you prioritize your product backlog.
Customize the story workflow on your project and add the “Frozen” and “In review” states
As a ScrumMaster, define or change task responsibles in order to avoid the need for every team member to take their task individually.
For each sprint, team members can enter their availabilities / time spent on the project on a daily basis.
Keep track of the time spent by your team to complete the sprint tasks.
As an agile team, sometimes you need some extra features that makes your life easier. The toolbox is enabled by default and includes:
Display the latest build information (status, commits, build #) from Travis CI in iceScrum.
As the server administrator, batch create users, disable them, define new administrators…
Display the latest build information (status, commits, build #) from VSTS in iceScrum.
Webhooks allow external services to be automatically notified by an HTTP request when important events happen in iceScrum.
Automatically integrate iceScrum with all the Apps available on Zapier