Magic Estimations - Free Jira app with Planning Poker sizing
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Intuitive app for backlog estimation for agile teams. Includes Magic Estimation, Planning Poker, and Relative game modes
Estimate complexity or effort with your scrum team on a collaborative real-time board using a turn-based Magic Estimation game, a consensus-based Planning Poker game, or a value-less Relative game
Estimate any numeric, time, priority, or even text field, issues of any type and of any project, with colleagues or on your own, using standard pre-set values (Fibonacci, T-Shirt sizes, S/M/L, Emoji☕️) or custom ones
The only concept participants need to know to start efficient sprint estimation and planning is how to drag cards on the board and place them based on the relative size.
Magic Estimations is a free app (will become freemium in the future) that helps Scrum teams estimate the complexity or effort of user stories quickly and efficiently.
See it in action: 3-minute overview video
The general concept behind the app is Magic Estimation method (also referred to as Silent Grouping, Affinity Estimation, Relative Estimation, Swimlanes Sizing). The method's main idea is in sorting user stories through a board based on their relative weight.
The app supports Planning Poker game mode with a core of voting for estimation values for unbiased consensus-based estimates.
- Native issue details view and edit
- Distribute already estimated issues
- Pin issues for references
- Custom markup and other
Magic Estimations app is really simple and self-explanatory. It is super fast compared to alternatives since it's much easier to make a sizing decision for a user story while comparing it to other cards.So, haven't you tried Magic Estimations yet?
Privacy and security
Magic Estimations - Free Jira app with Planning Poker sizing integrates with your Atlassian product. This remote service can:
- Write data to the host application
- Read data from the host application
Open Magic Estimations from Apps menu. Create new or join an existing session.