Kanban and scrum boards can work wonders for team productivity. So, how do they differ and which will work best for your team? We'll discuss.
Kanban vs. Scrum boards: what’s the difference?
To make our Git SSH connection in Backlog more secure, we're enabling a new public key type and several new key exchange algorithms
Backlog Git-SSH enables new key exchange algorithms
The disconnect between management and employees is real—and it hurts project execution. The cascade model can support better strategic execution.
Using the cascade model to avoid the execution trap
Support for Chinese (Simplified/Traditional), Korean, and Vietnamese language options in Backlog have been terminated as of September 30th, 2017.
Backlog now supports only two languages: Japanese & English
Teams often use the statuses ‘resolved’ and ‘closed’ for managing their tasks. Depending who you are working with, the terms can take on different meanings.
Resolved vs closed: definitions vary, necessity doesn’t
When every task at work seems imminently important, you need to prioritize. Here are five ways to get your work in order.
How to prioritize when every issue is top priority
Bug and issue tracking is already a challenge, but additional problems arise when teams use different tracking tools for each.
Keep it under one roof: separate bug and issue tracking is a bad idea
Productivity, innovation, and morale are at stake! Learn how to prevent, spot, and destroy work silos with effective team collaboration.
How to spot and eliminate work silos before they’ve gone too far