Who Uses This Software?
Product developers who's top priority is to find the best solutions to their customers' problem within the given time boundaries.
Average Ratings50 reviews
- Overall 4.5 / 5
- Ease of Use 4.5 / 5
- Customer Service 4.3 / 5
- Features 4.2 / 5
- Value for Money 4.5 / 5
- Free Version Yes
- Free Trial Yes
Cloud, SaaS, Web
- Founded 2014
StoriesOnBoard is a tool where you can break down your ambitious goals into tangible pieces. Then you can create a roadmap for reaching your goals by identifying the tasks that move toward them the most. By creating a story map youll be able to see the big picture any time, thus instead of losing in tiny details you can focus on your goals for reaching them in a timely fashion. You can share you story maps with your remote team members so youll be able to work with them online.
- Database Creation
- Document Creation
- File Sharing
- Notes Management
- Office Suite
- Presentation Tools
- Project Management
- Task Management
- Team Chat
- Collaboration Tools
- Create Subtasks
- Gantt/Timeline View
- Mobile Access
- Percent-Complete Tracking
- Recurring Task Management
- Spreadsheet View
- Task Board View
- Time Tracking
- To-Do List View
StoriesOnBoard Most Helpful Reviews
Reviewed on 1/12/2017
StoriesOnBoard provides a much needed holistic view of the project work that needs to be completed.
Comments: This software gives be a high level view of the work that needs to be implemented instead of just the current iteration's work. It is very easy to use and have the team participate.
StoriesOnBoard filled a gap between the planning meetings and the day to day project execution. Before it was difficult for the project team and manager to see the big picture of the goals of the project as we were either using a physical wall to track tasks or a task tracking tool. Having team members remote, it was very difficult to work just using a physical project board. StoriesOnBoard allows the entire team to see the board online, quickly see the status of the tasks and easily update the tasks. There is virtually no learning curve to use this product, which is very important to team members who need to use their allocated time to do the work for the project rather than trying to figure out how to use a project tracking tool.
As the project manager, I also like the ability to export to a spreadsheet format.
Cons: We are an office 365 shop. Would like to see some type of integration there rather than just export.
Reviewed on 30/11/2017
Saves a ton of time and frustration. Great Jira integration
Comments: Saves me a lot of time and provides everything I need.
Pros: It's sticky notes on steroids. Easily the best online story mapping software I've used. Jira integration is awesome. I hate making Jira cards so being able to push and sync the work I do in StoriesonBoard to Jira is a major time/sanity saver. . Overall, it's very easy to set up, use and modify. There are a few oddities about it that are a little annoying, but overall it's been a great tool for me and my team.
Cons: These are very specific things that maybe just bother me but here they are. Rearranging releases could be easier (drag and drop maybe), the description section of the card is not scrollable when editing- have to use the arrow keys to see what above of below the fold. Adding color to a card is a little funny. Maybe just show all the available colors off the bat instead of selecting the colors you want to use before you can apply a color. Petty things, I know. :)
Reviewed on 30/11/2017
Stories on Board is a simple, easy to use agile user story mapping tool. Love it!
Fast and simple to set up and use
Works great for facilitating agile story mapping workshops with business and IT stakeholders
Pros: My team used Stories on Board as our story mapping tool of choice for a requirements definition project with a client. We ran 8-10 story mapping workshops using the tool and documenting the stories as we progressed through the workshops. The client loved the tool as did we. It was very effective for capturing the stories, quickly moving things around as priorities shifted or became more clear (e.g., capturing Minimum Viable Product). We used the color coding feature extensively to help us and the client track which stories were (1) identified but not yet documented, (2) partially or full documented but not yet agreed, and (3) fully agreed by the client. It was effective at capturing the major workflow associated with the epic-level story, and then breaking those down into individual story cards. We assessed a few other tools but found them to be too complicated and/or too expensive for what we needed. We wanted something simple and Stories on Board fit our need.
Cons: Our client didn't use the tool, so we had to export everything into Excel and/or Word for delivery to them at the end of the process, which was a bit cumbersome. Not really a knock on the tool though; would have been easier if the client would have just used the tool also!
Reviewed on 30/11/2017
Storiesonboard allows our team to plan and create releases for upcoming features
Comments: This software has transformed my workflow from helping me translate a massive story map during project discovery to helping me continue creating stories and building releases for features that we continue to deliver. I can't imagine my workflow without it.
- You can easily create releases
- Creating stories and adding pictures is great
- Github integration really helps us push and track our stories and how we deliver on them
- It is extremely easy to copy your story map into storiesonboard and continue to maintain it from there
Cons: - The only only at the moment is that managing releases is not the best. You need to go into a separate menu just to move releases around. When working with micro releases this is a hassle.
Reviewed on 2/12/2017
Hands down the most comprehensive story mapping tool available today.
Comments: Team alignment, quality delivery, easy to see the forest for the trees and keep tabs on project status, and to zero in on the problems and bottlenecks.
Pros: Two way sync with Trello, Jira, Github, and Tracker integration makes it an easy choice no matter what engineering or development team prefers. Awesome for bridging and focusing upon product management and strategy prior to committing to development.
Cons: The only thing missing for me, last time I checked, was attachment sync and maybe showing card covers.