To me it looks like a nice way to do checklisting and generally feels like an overkill if that is the only thing we are going to use this for. Maybe I built up unrealistic levels of hype based on what I kept hearing from various team members
I logged into Monday.com for the first time today and watched Nizar’s videos and I haven’t yet had the time to explore, use and experience the web app yet, so please take my comment with a pinch of salt.
Monday.com is a fantastic tool! Huge kudos to everyone for finding and embracing it!
I’m finding the many “Week 1” and “Week 2” groupings a bit cumbersome… Especially the “Monday to Thursday” and “Monday to Friday” distinctions. Since each of these beats also has a Timeline, can we merge them together and just set Timelines to show when they’re expected to be completed?
I found very little about monday.com in the Handbook and the Onboarding Tutorial. I’m getting the feeling that the team has just recently adopted monday.com. Is that right? In any case, I have a couple questions:
Is monday.com primarily for Sprint managers, or are all team members expected to use it to track their progress and the progress of their cell during a sprint?
How do the Sprint items get updated in monday.com? Has anyone (@nizar ?) already integrated it with Jira so that monday.com gets updated as we log time to Jira tickets and move them through the pipeline?
All team members are expected to use it for their sprint planning process in order to guarantee that no member is behind on their commitments which we have towards each other as cell members every sprint.
You get assigned the tasks that are relative to your role in OpenCraft.
We have a template which we update manually. We also have a bot that creates those checklists and assigns them to the different members of a cell, and archives the previous sprint’s checklists.
No, we don’t have any integrations with JIra at the moment. Time logging should be done mainly to your client related tickets.
Hopefully that answers your questions Let me know please if I missed something!
Sure, go ahead. Please note that it’s enough to update the Sprints Process with the information about the asynchronous sprint process (cc @antoviaque). Information on how monday.com exactly fits into that that workflow or process doesn’t have to be explicitly, since it will be replaced soon.
So, providing a good idea about how the asynchronous sprint is will help provide a good idea about the role a specific third party software such as monday.com plays.