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.
Multiple Checklists for Jira is a great tool that introduces Jira checklists into Jira issues. Rather than using bullet lists within the issue description or subtasks, you can now easily add multiple, actionable checklists and enhance your everyday workflow.
At some point, all of us stood in front of a choice. Entering the adulthood. Having in mind, on the one hand, friends, school, social life, youth, on the other our own future, work, career. A hard choice for young people, and in most cases decisive for the whole life.
Nowadays whether a company is a smaller startup or a giant corporation, it can’t become successful without a well-functioning software product supporting its business. What practice has turned out to be the best?