Many comparisons have been made to prove one tool’s superiority over the other or – on the contrary – to show distinctions that make each tool more or less useful in various use cases. Surely, Trello allows teams to organize their projects visually while Jira is unbeatable in its management structure – it can keep even large teams well-coordinated and on track.
Since the beginning of IT development and up until now, stakeholders in IT projects have been complaining that the outcome products contain too many bugs, are not user-friendly or that they do not match business needs.
Jira gives us an ability to log time spent on a particular issue directly to it. Thank to this we can fairly accurately see how time is being spent in our organization – thanks to built-in Jira reports or apps that allow enhanced time-based reports.
Not all things are either black or white, and the same story goes for Jira issues. If your only options were to mark the assignment either done or merely not, it wouldn’t speak the whole truth about how a workflow for a task looks like, wouldn’t it?