How StoriesOnBoard can help you ...

Get a quick overview on daily standups - Collapse, Show related cards for release, Zoom

Hide the past and future releases and the unneeded activities while talking about the current release on your status meetings.
You can also achieve it with a single click on the current release's "Show related cards" option.
If you have a really big screen you can zoom out to see the whole map.

Fast editing on a story writing or sprint planning meeting

While you are on a sprint planning meeting or just negotiating the upcoming stories you'll have many new ideas that won't fit into the next sprint.
You can take note of those ideas on the map quickly using the keyboard: move the selection with the cursor keys, add new card with the „n” key, delete with the delete key, fast delete (without confirmation) with the shift + delete keys, edit card's title with pressing „t”.

Write nice looking descriptions about your stories easily with Markdown

With Markdown you are able to write details as nice organized text fast using only the keyboard for the formatting:

*As a map shopper I'd like to get detailed information about the selected map so that I can decide if it fits my needs*
## Overview
* Clicking on a product on "products by categories page" shows the product details
* Product details
    * categories
    * name
    * long description
    * image gallery - slideshow of the product's images
    * price
Something like this: ![wireframe](http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/4/47/Profilewireframe.png)
                    
Turns into:

Estimate and see if the planned stories fits into the next sprint

Give estimations to the upcoming stories and you'll get an aggregated estimate for the release.

 

Keep your User Story Map in sync with JIRA, Trello, GitHub Issues and Pivotal Tracker

Collect and organise your ideas and stories on your story map and implement them with the help of JIRA, Trello, GitHub Issues or Pivotal Tracker.

Here's how you can use it:

  1. Push the to be implemented cards to your favorite tool
  2. Follow your custom implementation workflow there and the cards' statuses will reflect these changes on your story map in real time
  3. Plan your next releases on your map and repeat with step 1.
You can find more details the integrations in our blog post: Keep your User Story Map in sync with JIRA, Trello and Pivotal Tracker

 

Try out StoriesOnBoard, the online user story mapping tool

It is free, quick and easy.