Multi-Dimensional Backlog

Engage stakeholders with a more informative and understandable backlog.

Easily see areas of past and future focus and identify user stories that are in the wrong place. Interact with the chart to explore and become more familiar with the backlog.  

 

 

Backlog by time and business perspective

Multi-dimensional backlog shows the time down the left hand side  (1) using iterations whilst showing ‘the business’ a more familiar view, using either Area Paths (2)or Tags (4)

Each of the blobs on the chart (3) represents an item (user story, PBI) the colour shows the state and size is the relative size. 

 

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Filter down to the items you want to focus on

It’s easy to filter the chart in real-time by clicking on the states at the top (1) which then shows the filtered items (2)

This is a good way to show items that are in the wrong place. In this case (3) shows that there are some items that have fallen into the root and will not be showing up in the key metrics. 

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Or... If you prefer a Pie chart

It’s easy to toggle (1) between showing individual items (above) or represent them as pie charts (2). Clicking on a pie chart will show all the items within it. 

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Visuals must be actionable

SenseAdapt is designed to be ‘actionable’ – which means drilling down into the items within the chart. Something that is NOT possible with most visualisations and dashboards.

 

In this example if you want to see which item is stuck in the this part of the grid click on it (1) to reveal the pop up table from her I can either sort (if many items) or click through (2) to the item inside TFS

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