Re: Better use of real estate on Release Backlog (118 Views)
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DebKelchner
Posts: 55
Registered: ‎10-17-2012
Message 1 of 4 (206 Views)

Better use of real estate on Release Backlog

We were trying to use the Release Backlog to do our release planning. Much of the vertical real estate is "wasted" with multiple rows of tabs and a big metric section with lots of white space. It is frustrating not be be able to see more of the grid. It is probably OK on a normal screen, but a lot of our projectors don't have the greatest resolution.
 
1) It would be nice to have a button to be able to hide/shrink the metrics section.
2) It seems like it would be good to re-evaluate the header section (headers/tabs/sub-tabs) to see if there might be a more efficient use of space while still retaining the nice look & feel that you have done so far.
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jeh
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jeh
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Registered: ‎03-13-2013
Message 2 of 4 (135 Views)

Re: Better use of real estate on Release Backlog - and Task Board and others

The real estate usageon the Task board also needs to be improved.  At least 1/3 of the screen is used for navigation and branding and those summary pie-charts graphs that don't provide value to team members. In the Task Board or Planning board the team should be able to see as much detail as possible.  Make the summary and navigation collapsible or optional.

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Victoria Voinigescu
Posts: 18
Registered: ‎06-29-2010
Message 3 of 4 (130 Views)

Re: Better use of real estate on Release Backlog

Hi Deb,

 

Thank you, this is very good feedback! We will add it to our backlog.

 

Victoria

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Kobyf
Posts: 98
Registered: ‎01-15-2013
Message 4 of 4 (118 Views)

Re: Better use of real estate on Release Backlog

Hi Deb,

 

We've added this to our system.

The number of the BLI for future reference is 5558.

 

Koby

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