Boasting a comprehensive feature suite from user stories to releases, Zoho Sprints redefines how agile teams perform and deliver. Explore all features
That’s where everything starts.
Thorough planning always helps in getting your project started on the right note. The Backlog feature helps you collect all your project ideas in one place, brainstorm with your team, refine work items that are sprint-worthy, and start your sprint in no time.Learn more
Visualize your workflow.
Track the progress of all the work items in an ongoing sprint using the Scrum board. It is the central workspace where you can see the progress of every work item as teams can easily push a work item from its To-do status to Done across the board.Learn more
with every release.
Launch product increments as short releases with the help of our Release module. You can add and customize stages of your release workflow, associate work items to every release, and navigate them from the Plan stage to the Released stage as your teams make progress.Learn more
Effortless time tracking.
Worry less about time tracking as we help you track log hours and manage time logs with the help of our inbuilt Timesheet module. You can track both the billable and non-billable hours, approve or reject time logs, and export them into an XLS or a CSV file as necessary.Learn more
Collaborate. Connect. Conquer.
Automate your CI/CD pipeline and fetch build updates with the pleasure of not having to hop between different applications frequently.Our integrations allow you to collaborate effortlessly by connecting your preferred tools, making your agile journey smoother and more impactful.More Integrations
New to Agile?
If you’re new to the agile world, it can get overwhelming. To help support you in your transformation journey, we’ve compiled our understanding of agile concepts in this guide.Know more
What is Scrum?
Scrum is a simple way to do complex things. 'Agile Methodology' is an umbrella term under which resides many frameworks and Scrum is the most popular one of them all. So much so that 'Agile' and 'Scrum' are often used interchangeably.Learn more
Planning in the waterfall side of the project management world is often associated with fixed-scope projects and working overtime to meet hard deadlines. Agile project management is associated with more recent ideas like fluidity and adaption to change.Learn more
Sprint planning is a Scrum meeting that helps the team decide what they're going to work on in the upcoming sprint.Learn more
What is Backlog?
A product backlog is a prioritized list of all the product's requirements, usually taken from the product roadmap and stakeholder input.Learn more
What are user stories?
A user story is a short, informal description of how a potential user might interact with a feature and is usually told from the user's perspective.Learn more
Kanban vs. Scrum
As far as debates in the agile world go, this is a pretty famous one. Scrum and Kanban are the two most popular frameworks under the agile methodology.Learn more
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