Accelerate for Jira (Agile Wallboard Gadgets)

for Jira Cloud
8 installs
  • Supported
  • Jira
Cloud

Optimize your scrum daily meetings into efficient 15-minute standups

Agile Wallboard Gadget

The Agile Wallboard gadget integrates your sprint or kanban board into your Jira dashboards, allowing for easy reordering, transitioning, and opening of issues, as well as displaying them on swimlanes.

Engage the whole team!

Accelerate for Jira comes with multiple gadgets that make daily standups and team ceremonies a breeze!

Extended customization

Accelerate for Jira gadgets are fully customizable. From labels to displaying multiple gadgets of the same type on custom Jira dashboards. The possibilities are endless!

More details

Do you want to take your scrum standups to the next level? Try Accelerate for Jira, the add-on that adds a daily dashboard to all your projects. You can:

  • Manage your current tickets on a real-time Agile Wallboard, synchronized across all your team members
  • Run your standups with a rotating moderator and a custom agenda that engages your team
  • Align your team using an integrated inbox to foster communication and discuss important topics during your standups

Accelerate for Jira is for product & engineering teams who want to improve their agile practices and team collaboration. Whether you work remotely or in the office, Accelerate for Jira will help you stay on track, aligned, and motivated.

Don’t wait, try Accelerate for Jira today and see the difference for yourself. Accelerate your success with Accelerate for Jira. 😊

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Integration Details

Accelerate for Jira (Agile Wallboard Gadgets) integrates with your Atlassian product. This remote service can:

  • Read the board configuration, features, properties, related projects, filters, and quick filters.
  • Read boards and backlogs, and their issues. Read related reports and versions.
  • Read epics and their issues, and search for epics. Read issues from the Issues without epics category.
  • View issue details.