Smart Guess: Planning Poker for Jira
- Jira Service Management
- Jira Software
No setup, One Click - Planning Poker you run directly from the Jira backlog. "It's the best app ❤️ we've used
How much does one minute during refinement cost?
Traditional Planning Poker apps require setup before every use; estimates require multiple clicks, and users are frustrated.
Every minute lost for a 200-member development organization adds up to USD $14K annually.
Estimate from the Jira Backlog - Cheaper than free
Smart Guess allows you to run planning poker directly from the Jira backlog. No setup. One-click. So easy; users ❤️ love it
Taking time savings into account, 'free tools' are a much more expensive option than Smart Guess
Here is what users are saying
"I love ❤️ that we can point from the issue card itself
"Now we skip creating an estimation session when re-estimating one issue🎉
"After trying many tools in Jira, Smart Guess is the best app we've used
- We make relative estimations in Jira effortless
- By allowing teams to use the Jira Backlog for estimation
- No setup, one click, and so easy; users love it!
Two in one:
- Planning Poker - 'the best app we've used'
- Silent Estimatation - Fast Estimates for upcoming features
Security and Privacy
- Atlassian Fortified is Planned for 1Q 2024
- All your data is stored on the Atlassian Platform
- Cloud Security Participant
- Security audits, data- and disaster recovery are in place
Support and Documentation
- For permission problems with other tools, contact support and wait
- With Smart Guess, you fix it and proceed
- Support is fast and friendly
- Intuitively built yet fully documented
Get started in minutes
- Start your free trial
- Introduce Smart Guess to your team
- Run your most efficient refinement meetings
Free for up to 10 users
Privacy and security
Smart Guess: Planning Poker for Jira integrates with your Atlassian product. This remote service can:
- Take Jira administration actions (e.g. create projects and custom fields, view workflows, manage issue link types).
- View user information in Jira that the user has access to, including usernames, email addresses, and avatars.
- Read Jira project and issue data, search for issues, and objects associated with issues like attachments and worklogs.
- Read and write to app storage service