Stories OnBoard

Stories OnBoard

Product Name
StoriesOnBoard – User story mapping tool for delivering the right product

Company Website:  
Year Founded: 2015
LinkedIn: NA
Twitter: @storiesonboard
Facebook: NA

Creator(s) / Founder(s) :
Árpád Tamás
Szabó Sándo

What it does:  

Stories OnBoard is a story-mapping tool where you can break down your work goals into tangible pieces.

Why you need this:

It allows you to create a roadmap for reaching your goals  so you’ll be able to see the big picture any time, thus, instead of losing in small details you can focus on your goals for reaching them in a timely fashion.   

The idea behind it.

It has been developed for product developers whose main priority is to find the best solution to their customers’ problem within the given time boundaries.

What Bob likes

Progress Tracking. Task Planning. Task Scheduling. Task Tracking

What it doesn’t have or doesn’t do

Gantt Charts. Percent-Complete Tracking. Recurring Tasks. Time Tracking

Bob Mini Review

Story Mapping is an agile technique which helps product developers visualize the bigger picture while keeping all their story elements in perspective. Moreover, it helps stakeholders stay updated about the project details and progress. Thus, a story map is important, especially when you are working with a remote team where coming together for a physical whiteboard session is impossible.

StoriesOnBoard is one of the many tools that can help product owners create and manage user stories for distributed agile teams. It turns your flat product backlog into a user story map and allows you to slice user stories into small bits or parts, prioritize what’s important, and deliver on time.

Using its story board, your agile team can collaborate in real-time and share updates about their tasks at hand. It is one tool that allows you design with the development team, share the vision with the marketing team, and align goals with the production team. Cool eh?

It also offers endless storage space, whilst providing a quick overview of daily standups, and helps you estimate where your story fits into an upcoming sprint. What’s more is that it’s free and easy to use.

Should  you try it? Why not? It’s totally free to use.

Bobs says yes, try it. Start by syncing your Google Calendar. This feature is very useful. Also, check the notification settings after your initial setup to make sure you’re not getting too many emails if you add a lot of individual projects.

Includes FREE Trial?  It’s free to use

Pricing: It’s free to use


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